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Continuum: Jason Moran & Christian McBride

Season 1 Episode 5 | 55m 39s

Music icons Jason Moran and Christian McBride collaborate for an electrifying performance at the Kennedy Center. They share stories about their legendary teachers and introduce us to their remarkable protégés.

Aired: 04/20/23 | Expires: 05/19/23
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