A little taste of Black History

 Hazel Scott was born in Trinidad West Indies in 1920. She was considered a child prodigy. She was a master at the piano and was called the “Darling of New York Cafe Society”.  She helped to break down racial barriers in both the film and music industries in the USA.http://www.jazzonthetube.com/videos/black-history-month/hazel-scott.html

Hazel Scott’s Lifetime of High Notes Arts & Culture Smithsonian Magazine: “She began her career as a musical prodigy and ended up breaking down racial barriers in the recording and film industries”


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