Esperanza Spalding
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Esperanza Spalding's mission to bring jazz to the masses

She has become the first lady of jazz at the age of 27.

Esperanza Spalding played with Stevie Wonder for President Obama at the White House and went on to become the first jazz musician to win a Best Newcomer Grammy.

Now she is on a mission with her latest Album, Radio Music Society, to bring jazz to a much wider audience.

On a visit to London she talked to the BBC about her expectations.

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