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Ingrid Jensen, with Jon Wikan on drums and Lage Lund on guitar.
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April 10, 2012 After graduating college, the jazz trumpeter busked in New York subways. In the 20-plus years since then, her gigs in the city (and around the world) have become much more prestigious. Here, she brings her own band to Boston for a live concert webcast.
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August 8, 2004 Ingrid Jensen has always been fighting stereotypes: "When you look like I look — a blond, white chick from Canada — you're not supposed to sound the way I sound," she once said. The jazz trumpeter talked with host Liane Hansen about her career and music.
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