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Decoda performs at White House
Ensemble will return to Camden in February
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Claire Bryant (center) and members of Decoda performed at the White House on Dec. 17 as part of Innovation & the Arts: Prison Reform and Re-entry in the 21st Century. A number of performers from across the country participated. With Bryant are (from left to right) are actor Sabra Williams, Meena Bhasin of Decoda, actor Tim Robbins, jazz vocalist Sarah Elizabeth Charles and violinist John Marcus. - photo by Decoda
Several years ago, when the New York City-based chamber music ensemble Decoda was brainstorming "big dream" proposals, Claire Bryant suggested taking Decoda to the White House. In late 2015, her dream became a reality. Bryant and Decoda cultivate a number of community engagement programs in an array of venues including hospitals, shelters, schools and correctional facilities.