“Playing the trumpet is like something that is like self-care for me,” musician and composer Brandon Woody told me. “Playing long tones. Getting in a meditative state.” Music can be a vessel for communion with something other than ourselves, whether that’s a higher power or our own intuition. It has the ability to move you, […]
Author Archives: Teri Henderson
Teri Henderson is the Arts and Culture Editor of Baltimore Beat. She is the author of the 2021 book Black Collagists. Previously, she was a staff writer for BmoreArt, gallery coordinator for Connect + Collect, and currently serves on the board of Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. Teri’s recent work has included a preview of Irina Rozovsky’s “Traditions Highway” for ArtForum, a profile of Murjoni Merriweather for BmoreArt, and a profile of rapper Jazz Cartier for Justsmile Magazine.