Corinthia Cromwell

Corinthia Cromwell (Saxophone) National recording Artist Corinthia Cromwell is a gospel/jazz saxophonist, vocalist, composer, multi-instrumentalist and bandleader. With two internationally released CD recordings and three international single recording releases under her belt, Corinthia has been established as one of the most anointed musicians of this era. Cromwell has performed on stage and in concert with some of the music industry’s most notable artists including Gramm- winning saxophonist Kirk Whalum, the late Wayman Tisdale, Grammy-winning trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, pianist extraordinaire Cyrus Chestnut, jazz violinist Ken Ford, jazz saxophonist Marion Meadows, R&B Artist Maysa Leak and K’Jon, Gospel artist Maurette Brown-Clark, the incomparable Clark Sisters, Tramaine Hawkins, Richard Smallwood just to name a few. As a producer, she has written and produced all of her music as well as music for other artists in the genre of gospel and R&B music. Although music is a true passion, she’s multi-talented in the world of entertainment. In the early 90s Cromwell received roles in major box-office hits such as Spike Lee’s Malcolm X starring Denzel Washington, Reginald Hudlin’s Boomerang starring Eddie Murphy and Robin Givens, and Chris Rock’s Head of State. She has appeared in numerous magazines and publications including Downbeat Magazine, and in 2003 she was recognized as one of Black American Music Great Women of Jazz in a literary work by Mark Baszak entitled “Such Sweet Thunder, Views on Black American Music.” Cromwell has performed on several stages including The Kennedy Center, the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC, Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric and Gordon Center for the Performing Arts. Corinthia is truly an artist that is salt and light and exemplifies the true meaning of “Changing the Atmosphere.”