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Album Review: Tara Minton and Ed Babar, Two For The Road

When I think of the harp, I tend to think of ethereal sounds; a kind of reimagining  of what the world would sound like captured in momentary bliss. I would imagine a kind of...

Luchi: ‘Alien Girl’ Album Launch

Italian singer songwriter Luchi releases her new album ‘Alien Girl’ on February 11th after a hugely successful album launch event at Pizza Express Live, London. Originally...

Something New: Two For The Road with Tara Minton

Welcome to our new Women in Jazz Media series ‘Something New with Esther Bennett’. Exploring new albums through conversation directly with the artist to share a little insight...

Jazzmeia Horn and her Noble Force

The multi award winning artist Jazzmeia Horn continues to inspire with the depth and beauty of her artistry. Her debut album ‘A Social Call’ was Grammy nominated, as was her...

Andy Milne: The intersection of texture and groove – Part 1

Multi award winning Canadian pianist Andy Milne recently won the Juno award for his first album as a trio ‘The ReMission’. This is his eleventh album as a leader and with...

Keyna Wilkins: Composing soundtracks to some of the biggest issues of our time

It was earlier this year and thanks to covid concerns, Sydney was required to enter lock-down, when twice finalist of the Australian Art Music Award, Australian/ British flautist,...

Jazz in Art: In conversation with Gina Southgate

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 artist 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...

Black Lives in Music

Jazz represents freedom of expression and yet historically, women, people of colour, the LGBTQ community and many more have not been given equal opportunities in the Jazz...

Hannah Alper and Creating Change

How does someone go from wanting to write a blog at nine years old to becoming an activist, motivational speaker, and published author by the age of 18? Well, Hannah Alper did...

Kindness: Sprinkle that s*** everywhere

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK,  so I wanted to take the opportunity to share some thoughts and help to spread the word. I am no expert in this field at all,...