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Wendy Kirkland at the Steinway 2-Piano Festival

The Steinway 2-Piano Festival is coming to London’s Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho with a stunning programme of nearly 40 renowned pianists from across the world performing from...

Diana Torti in Conversation with Anita Wardell

I recently had the opportunity to hear the amazing well known singer Anita Wardell live. In addition to her extraordinaries artistic qualities, Anita is a sensitive, passionate...

CD and Live Review: Germana Stella La Sorsa, Primary Colours

Recorded in May 2023, ‘Primary Colours’ is the second album release by Italian London-based singer songwriter Germana Stella La Sorsa. It’s official release date took us...

Germana Stella La Sorsa: Primary Colours

Singer and Storyteller Germana Stella La Sorsa is releasing her new album Primary Colours on January 26th. Supported by Help Musicians, released by 33 Jazz Records and distributed...

‘Growing Roots’ with Betty Accorsi’s Sonic Images

The combination of music and images has been a powerful one for many many years. Plenty of painters and photographers have crafted their work, galvanised by music, such as Wassily...

Monika Herzig and Both Side of Joni

Women in Jazz Media will present a series of unmissable events for the EFG London Jazz Festival this year. Among these events there will be a presentation of the project Both...

Sketches of Carol’s Surreal World: ‘Greetings to You!’

Since Sun Ra landed on Planet Earth, more and more jazz artists brought their love for space and sci-fi themes into their compositions, enriching them with new explorative sounds...

Women in Jazz Media at the EFG London Jazz Festival 2023

In under a month, the jazz stages of London will be host to some of the biggest names in the scene today. November is set to bring the wonders of the EFG London Jazz Festival,...

CD Review: Maddalena Ghezzi, Emerald

Maddalena Ghezzi, Milan-born and now London-based singer, composer, and improviser, has once again explored the depths of her artistry to create a glimmering ‘Emerald’ in her...

Celebrating the life and musical legacy of Barbara Thompson MBE

I was fortunate enough to interview Barbara Thompson a few years ago and opened my article with this statement: Barbara Thompson writes and performs for the saxophone like no...

Isabelle Hiseman – Keeping the family musical flame burning

To continue coverage of the stunning Barbara Thompson Memorial Concert on 2nd June 2023 at Union Chapel, London, I would like to introduce the youngest performer of the evening,...