"Sound of Vision", a Glimpse Into the Life of a Fully Blind Jazz Musician Born and Bred in New York City

Sound of Vision is a short documentary from PBS that profiles the life of Frank Senior, a professional Jazz vocalist and musician from New York City. Blind from birth, Senior is a was raised in Harlem where jazz played a major role in his musical career.

Sound of Vision is a glimpse into one man’s journey to belong: born and bred in the city that never sleeps, Frank Senior spends his waking and dream-swaddled hours confronting the hurdles, and embracing the beauty, of the city he will never see.

Frank has worked with many of the legends including Frank Owens, Earl May, Barry Harris, Harold Maybern, Dakota Staton, Abbey Lincoln, Kenny Baron, Harry Whitaker, George Coleman, Harold Ousley and many more.

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