Interviews Tag Archive

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 Ley Loosh

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...

Esther Bennett in conversation with: Helena Debono and Saran Davies

Helena Debono and Saran Davies are two friends who came together to create new and exciting music. Crossing over their love for both classical and jazz music the pair have a...

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...

Jazz in Art: In Conversation with Gwendolyn Kassenaar

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...

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...

Ami Oprenova: Enjoying ‘Precious Days’

Bulgarian jazz vocalist, band leader and composer Ami Oprenova kicked off a UK album tour at London venue Toulouse Lautrec on Sunday 26th September 2021, presenting arrangements...

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...

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...

Georgia Mancio: Incandescent is her Star

Georgia Mancio, the multi award winning vocalist, producer, educator and lyricist has been captivating us all since releasing her debut album Peaceful Place in 2003. Her stunning...