Charles Duke is a singer, songwriter, composer and classically trained pianist residing in Harlem, NY. His work fuses jazz, soul, pop, and classical music elements with engaging lyrical imagery.
As a singer-songwriter and indie artist, Charles has performed at shows throughout Manhattan and performed a residency at the Greenwich Village indie music destination Caffe Vivaldi. His music has been performed at Carnegie Hall in the off-Broadway music performance of Fannie Lou. His arrangement of Harry Belafonte’s civil rights standard Oh, Freedom was performed live on Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC. He has had two installations of the Charles Duke & Friends™ series at Cheri Harlem featuring his original compositions sung by music vocalists from classical to jazz.
To date, Charles has produced and released four EP projects as an indie artist: BlueTreble (2010), Hello Christmas (2011), Midnight Lover (2014), and most recently American Skin (2015) available on iTunes and Amazon.
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For more information on Charles Duke, visit www.charlesdukemusic.com.
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