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    Aaron Walker-LoudAaron Walker-Loud is an artist, band director, composer, producer and educator. He is a proud alum of the CD Music Factory (Washington Middle School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Mr. Robert Knatt, and Garfield High School Jazz Ensemble / Drumline, under the direction of Mr. Clarence Acox). He is the founder and director of Big World Breaks (a production company built for performance, studio and education). Aaron began working with youth and families in 1999, eventually becoming the Education Director for Seattle JazzED (2010-2016), a teaching artist for Arts Corps (2008-present) as well as the drumline director for Washington Middle School (2008-2016) and O’Dea High School (2012-2018). Most recently, Aaron became a member of the Creative Advantage roster; and in partnership with Jazmyn Scott (Langston / The Town Entertainment), co-founded 50 Next: Seattle Hip-Hop Worldwide (est. 2012), founded the award-winning inter-generational BWB Drumline (est. 2015) and co-curated The Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop exhibit at MOHAI (with over 31,000 attendees and 20 co-produced events), which won the 2016 American Association of State and Local History Leadership in History Award, “the most prestigious recognition for achievement in the preservation and interpretation of state and local history”. 
     Photo credit: Atuanya Priester