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Classical Musicians of African Descent
WXXI Classical 91.5 is in the process of building a resource of photos and brief biographical information about musicians of African descent. This resource is by no means complete, and we rely on you to help us build the site by sharing your information. Please click on the alphabetical groupings below to begin your discovery.

NaGuanda Nobles, Lyic Soprano

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NaGuanda Nobles

NaGuanda Nobles discovered a love for singing at an early age. Mrs. Nobles accepted a fullscholarship to attend The Florida State University (FSU) and received her BM and MM degrees inVoice Performance. Receiving rave reviews for her “big, warming soprano with a lovely shimmering top that she uses with a ravishing effect,” Mrs. Nobles has made her mark on the concert and operatic stages all across the world.

In 2014, Mrs. Nobles released her debut CD of spirituals, titled “Homage to the Journey,” as a tribute to the slaves whose battered shoulders upon which she stands and the people who have been instrumental throughout her career. She offers a winning combination of beauty and intensity in her singing.