MOSES HARPER

MOSES HARPER - Michael Jackson tribute artist and motivational speaker.

MOSES HARPER

MICHAEL JACKSON TRIBUTE ARTIST AND MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER

"When you become the change you want to see in the world, you change the world. How far you want to take your idea is up to you, just bring it to life..."  -  Moses Harper

 Moses Harper  is a visionary of artistic expression in support of  social empowerment and healing. Her artistic ventures include dance, music and lyrical composition, screenwriting, and motivational speaking. Originally from Harlem, Moses grew up in the South Bronx, developing a passion for the arts. She attended Bronx H.S. of Science where she began performing as a Michael Jackson tribute artist. She later earned a BA in Music from SUNY Purchase, majoring in studio composition. Her work as a poet and rapper have been showcased at The Karma Lounge, The Shrine, and Brooklyn Exposure. In addition to  producing music, today Moses has become a notable Michael Jackson tribute artist in the United States. Her performances include appearances on 106&Park, Madison Square Garden, B.B. King's, and a staggering 20 performances at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem. She actively does outreach as a motivational speaker, mentor and performer in NYC public schools as well as the LGBT community. Recently Moses starred as Berry Gordy and Michael Jackson in "Friends of Dorothy", an off Broadway LGBT production directed by Tara Mateik. She's done numerous performances at the WOW CafeTheater, including scenes from her up and coming LGBT film, "LOVE FIT TO BOX". She's a featured performer in Imaginaerial's latest production, "The Bizarre and Curious Quest of Killian Cog" and is a lead choreographer with THRILL THE WORLD NYC a non profit organization that raises money to help  disadvantaged children. 


Her memoir, "CALL ME MOSES" is available here.

Moses Harper, 34-year-old performance artist, did her classic Michael Jackson impersonation, which is so persuasive some audience members don’t realize she’s a woman. – Wall Street Journal