Candice Ivory

Candice Ivory

Teacher of Applied Music, Voice, Jazz and Contemporary
BA, The New School of Jazz and Contemporary Music

contact info:

mailing address:

  • Washington University
    CB 1030
    One Brookings Drive
    St. Louis, MO 63130-4899

Candice teaches voice.

Candice Ivory is an internationally acclaimed vocalist, composer, and recording artist. After being selected for Betty Carter's Jazz Ahead residency at the Kennedy Center, she studied voice and composition at the New School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York. Since then, she has performed across the United States and Europe as well as in Cuba. At Rhodes College in Memphis, she created the Unscripted symposium series and the King Biscuit research fellowship in partnership with the Mike Curb Institute for Music and the King Biscuit Blues Festival. Ivory, a member of the Recording Academy, has recorded three albums and appeared as a guest artist on many others, most recently on Kenneth Brown's Love People. In 2021, she was named a Featured Artist of Missouri in recognition of her work as a musician and visual artist. She is currently working on a new album as well as multiple projects that merge music and visual art.