B.M. Berklee College of Music
Dawn Bishop is one of Los Angeles’ most prominent vocalists. She has worked alongside the music industry’s most well-known musicians, artists, actors, choreographers, and record producers.
Ms. Bishop has toured with Brian McKnight, Walter Beasley, Fabiana Possini, Englebert Humperdinck, and Sergio Mendes.
Her solo performances include the National Arts Center (Ottawa, Canada), Playboy jazz Festival, and CBC radio.
Dawn Bishop has performed live with Foreigner (at age 14), Sergio Mendes (2002- 2009), Ledisi, the Black Eyed Peas, Patti Austin, the Bill Cunliffe Big Band, Freda Payne, Dale Bozzio (Missing Persons), Paula Cole, Walter Beasley, Brian McKnight(1992-1993), The Solsonics, Raymond jones (School Daze & Mo’ Better Blues Composer), Harvey Mason, Russell Ferrante, Jimmy Haslip, Phil Upchurch, Carl Anderson, Don Grusin, Abe Laboriel, Alex Acuna, Gerald Albright, Justo Almario, Patrice Rushen, Kevyn Lettau, Deniece Williams, Howard Hewett, Michael Paulo, Robert Kyle, John Legend, India Arie, the Eventide Carolers (Universal Studios- Hollywood),the Hollywood Film Chorale, and Engelbert Humperdinck.
Dawn Bishop Radio/TV/Film appearances include Jay Leno/ Tonight Show (aired july 2008, Sergio Mendes featuring Ledisi), NBA Playoffs Commercial (2007, FX Choir/ Hollywood Film Chorale;), Conversations with Ralph Walker (Dawn Bishop Band), BBC TV and Radio (UK – Sergio Mendes), Mais Que Nada Music Video (Sergio Mendes and the Black- Eyed Peas), Jay Leno/ Tonight Show (aired May 2006, Sergio Mendes and the Black-Eyed Peas), 2007 Academy Awards/ Oscars (Hollywood Film Chorale, Dream Girls’ Choir), General Hospital Night Shift Soundtrack, Latin American Music Awards (Will I. Am and Taboo).