Articles

Mental Health Awareness in the Jazz Industry

The Jazz industry is no stranger to mental health concerns and in fact, the creative industry, as a collective, has been rife with a whole range of artists struggling with their...

The Generous Beauty that is Hiromi

It is no secret to those who know me, that Hiromi is a huge inspiration to me and having the opportunity to interview her about her new album, was an incredible honour and an...

Aurelie Freoua: The Jazz Connection

Aurelie Freoua is a brilliant artist whose work is captivating the jazz world and beyond. She is an integral part of a fantastic art scene in the UK, which is full of incredible...

Autumnal Bliss!

An amazing array of music for all our readers as chosen by Jazz in Europe’s senior writer, Erminia Yardley I have decided that Autumn and Winter are not bad seasons after all. ...

Jazz in Art: In Conversation with Chris Cunningham

Throughout the EFG London Jazz Festival, we at Women in Jazz Media are holding a jazz art and photography exhibition, showcasing some of the leading artists and photographers from...

Danielle White: The Ultimate Jazz Entrepreneur

Danielle White is a hugely valued, highly respected and much needed part of the jazz community. Her work behind the scenes is vital to the jazz industry and her support for...

From Giant Steps to J Steps

J Steps is a fantastic new initiative in jazz led by UK jazz saxophonist Hannah Horton as part of Guildhall Young Artists, in Saffron Walden, England. Hannah has formulated a band...

‘Red Flags & High Heels’ ~ New album review

The authentic enquiring personality of Fiona Ross seems to function on copious cups of hot tea and the companionship of her cat affectionately named ‘Kitten’. A personality...

CD Review: KunaTones, Between Past and Future

The Hungarian jazz fusion band KunaTones have been taking the Hungarian music scene by storm for quite some time, previously under the name the Fourtissimo Jazz Orchestra. They...

Ashaine White: Kicking Down The Door

Ashaine White is a fierce and formidable artist making a significant impact in the music industry. A jazz and neo soul inspired singer/songwriter hailing from North London in the...

Migdalia Van Der Hoven: Getting down to the Business of Groove

Born in Mexico, trained at Berklee in the US, living in London and just about to play at the world-renowned Ronnie Scott’s, drummer Migdalia van der Hoven is a significant...