MUSA’KE is an arts collective formed by Dauda and Michael Gary II with two goals:
To create music that encourages compassion and spiritual growth.
To contribute to organizations that improve the well-being of others.
David Dauda Jacquil Diongue, saxophonist and rapper, was raised in Baltimore where he was groomed by the city’s leading saxophonists: Carl Grubbs, Tim Green, Jamal Moore, Kevin Robinson, Jackie Blake, Craig Alston, Whit Williams and Dr. Chris Ford. By age thirteen, Dauda was a band leader with awards from Baltimore’s City Council, A Good Black Man Inc. and the Baltimore Jazz Alliance. Alongside his mentors, he performed in New York City, Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Dauda attended Baltimore School for the Arts and Oberlin Conservatory. At Oberlin, Dauda studied with Baltimore’s jazz icon: Gary Bartz.
Michael Gary II studied Classical Guitar at Baltimore School for the Arts and is currently pursuing a Jazz Guitar degree at Peabody Conservatory. He is working consistently on stage and in the studio as an Electric Bassist and Guitarist, and is fervently adding to his portfolio of original music.
Tickets: $10 in advance /$13 at door /$10 full-time students with ID
The 2018 date fof this monthly Tuesday series are
Feb 6, March 3,
April 10, May 15, June 5,
July 10, Aug 7, Sept 4,
Oct 16, Nov 6, Dec 4