Richard Antoine White survived the streets of West Baltimore as a young child and later, transformed his life – with the help of a brass instrument, the tuba! His incredible journey from experiencing homelessness to performing at concert halls across the world has inspired him to write his own memoir— “I’m Possible: A Story of Survival, a Tuba, and the Small Miracle of a Big Dream.” I SEE U Host Eddie Robinson speaks candidly with acclaimed musician, Richard Antoine White, who’s also the first African-American to ever earn a doctorate degree in playing the tuba. We learn the secrets to his perseverance and how he’s on a mission to challenge stereotypes as well as traditional sounds of classical music.
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