Women In Jazz Tag Archive

Katowice Jazz Camp for Girls celebrates first edition in Poland.

“Children are our greatest treasure; they are our future” – Nelson Mandela Since 2022, a magical place exists that gives talented Polish girls confidence, togetherness,...

Lara Jones and Charlotte Keeffe: Precious Collaborations

As part of our series exploring the exciting EFG London festival programme, I lept at the opportunity to talk to two truly inspirational and incredible musicians – Lara...

The Scottish Jazz Space

Fiona Mactaggart is the founder of the fantastic ‘Scottish Jazz Space’ a site she created to explore, support and promote the rich Jazz scene in Scotland. Although Fiona had...

Marta Capponi: The Goddess Within

Marta Capponi is an artist everyone should know. The warmth of her sumptuous vocals, her technical virtuosity, the emotional intensity of her performances and the overall beauty...

I Do Write. So Let Me Write

A snapshot of the jazz industry in 2021. Zooming in on the Spanish jazz community, and reflecting on better standards in jazz journalism. It won’t probably surprise you to know...

Malika Tirolien takes us Higher

Grammy nominated vocalist, songwriter and producer Malika Tirolien has been taking the world by storm for almost a decade, ever since she sang the lead role in Cirque du...

Maxine Gordon and the Jazz Flame – Part 2

Continuing on with our Women in Jazz series, Jazz In Europe together with the Europe Jazz Network will be highlighting some of the most prominent women currently active in...

Maxine Gordon and the Jazz Flame

Today is International Women’s Day. Starting today and for the following two weeks, Jazz In Europe together with the Europe Jazz Network will be highlighting some of the most...

Preview: Billie Holiday through a new lens.

New Black Films have announced the UK theatrical release of an incredible new documentary on the legend Billie Holiday. Directed by Emmy nominated James Erskine and co-produced by...

Ruby Turner, From Jamaica to the world.

Ruby Turner MBE has been captivating audiences around the world for many years. Her first solo album in 1986 ‘Women Take Up All the Sky’ had producers including Womack and...

Cyrille Aimèe: Sondheim, Gypsies and what being alive means.

Grammy® nominated vocalist Cyrille Aimèe has been soaking up diverse, musical communities since an early age. Born in Samois-sur-Seine, in Fontainebleau, France – the same...