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Women in Jazz Media is a place to explore, discuss and collaborate with women who work in Jazz Media. In our ‘In Conversation with…’ series we invite guests from across the world to discuss their careers, their challenges and inspirations and to explore what actions we can all take to support and encourage a more diverse Jazz Media industry. In our 'On The Bookcase' series, with explore the world of female authors across the world, talking to guests about their careers, processes and more. I ...
 
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Welcome to the very first episode of our brand-new podcast series’ The Notes Between’ with Lara Eidi. Conversations exploring everything behind and about the world of songwriting! Our gorgeous theme music ‘Opened Eyes’ is from Lara Eidi herself available here In this first episode, Lara talks to songwriter Liv Monaghan. Liv Monaghan is a vocalist a…
 
Welcome to our latest episode of ‘In Conversation With’ featuring music from Hannah Horton! You can now find our podcasts in the top 60 Best Jazz Podcasts in FeedSpot! In this episode, host Hannah Horton welcomes our special guest, Esther Bennett. Esther Bennett is one of the jazz scene’s most respected and widely loved vocalists, juxtaposing sensi…
 
Welcome to the eight episode in our podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, with original music from Hannah Horton. In this episode we welcome Paulette Jackson. You can find our podcasts at number 12 in the top 60 Best Jazz Podcasts in FeedSpot! Paulette Jackson, Founder/CEO of SCORP R…
 
Welcome to the seventh episode in our podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, with original music from Hannah Horton. In this episode we welcome Dr Joan Cartwright Born in Queens, NY, Dr Joan Cartwright is a poet, musician, composer, author, and historian. In addition to CDs, Cartwrigh…
 
Welcome to our latest episode of ‘In Conversation With’ featuring music from Hannah Horton! You can now find our podcasts in the top 60 Best Jazz Podcasts in FeedSpot! In this episode, host Hannah Horton welcomes our special guest, bassist, composer and vocalist Amy Gadiaga. Recently signed by Jazz Re:Freshed, Amy bridges the old school jazz tradit…
 
Welcome to our latest episode of ‘In Conversation With’ featuring music from Hannah Horton! You can now find our podcasts in the top 60 Best Jazz Podcasts in FeedSpot! Click here In this episode, host Hannah Horton welcomes our special guest, award winning British singer, songwriter, piano player, producer and guitarist Julia Biel. An award-winning…
 
For this sixth episode in our podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, we welcome guest Tish Oney. We have original music from Hannah Horton and you can now find our podcasts in the top 60 Best Jazz Podcasts in FeedSpot! International performing artist, author, and composer Dr. Tish One…
 
Welcome to our 13th episode of ‘In Conversation With’ hosted by Hannah Horton. You can now find our podcasts in the top 60 Best Jazz Podcasts in FeedSpot! In this episode, host Hannah Horton welcomes our special guest British singer-songwriter, actor, podcast host and all-round artist extraordinaire Collette Cooper. Music by Hannah Horton too! Coll…
 
Excited to launch the first episode of our new drummer focussed series ‘Sticks and Thrones’ with host Migdalia Van Der Hoven, with our first guest Ciara Chinniah. Theme music 'Girl Facing South' by Migdalia Van Der Hoven Migdalia van der Hoven is an International Award winning Mexican drummer currently touring with SIX the Musical across the UK. Sh…
 
This special edition of ‘On The Bookcase’ is a live recording of the inspirational Maxine Gordon, in conversation with Fiona Ross during the ‘Sophisticated Giants’ event held on June 4th, 2022 in London to celebrate her work. The event was a rare UK visit from Maxine Gordon and an opportunity for a Q&A couldn’t be missed! The first part of the even…
 
In this episode, the first with Hannah Horton as our official host, we have guest Emma Rawicz. We also have some new music from Hannah herself 'Nardis'. A brilliant track from her new album 'Inside Out' ​Emma Rawicz is an award winning young saxophonist and composer, already making waves on the UK music scene. She has been described as 'a force to …
 
In this episode we have tempted back special guest host, Hannah Horton who chats to Aydenne Simone – Big Mama! ​Aydenne has been dubbed ‘London’s Queen of Swing’ a badge she wears with pride and honour. The Big Mama Trio came about organically as ‘band trees’ do, but Mama wanted to have a band that ‘got her’, understood what proper jazz swing sound…
 
In this episode we have tempted back special guest host, Hannah Horton who chats to Tatiana Gorilovsky Born in Russia, Tatiana Gorilovsky is an award winning freelance photographer based in London. She started to photograph jazz musicians around 2008 in Moscow and continued after moving to London with her family in 2015. Tatiana’s pictures have bee…
 
The fourth episode in our podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, with original music from Hannah Horton. In this episode we welcome the brilliant Maria Golia, who has an inspirational portfolio of work including her recent book ‘Ornette Coleman: The Territory and the Adventure’. An Am…
 
The third episode in our new podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, with original music from Hannah Horton. In this episode we welcome Jordannah Elizabeth. Jordannah Elizabeth is an American journalist, commentator lecturer, music critic, author and founder of the literary organizatio…
 
The second episode in our new podcast series 'Knocking Down the Door' with partners Céline Peterson and Black Lives in Music, produced and hosted by Ashaine White. Platforming inspirational black women in the Jazz industry. In our second episode, we have Ifelayo guest hosting her first ever podcast and speaking to the inspirational Camilla George. …
 
In this episode we have tempted back special guest host, Hannah Horton who chats to Claire Martin OBE. Hannah is a British Female Jazz Saxophonist who’s music is rooted in jazz, folk and funk. She has performed with many great jazz artists including Ian Shaw, Amy Winehouse, John Etheridge, Tina May, Georgia Mancio, Polly Gibbons, Natalie Williams, …
 
In this episode we have a special guest host, Hannah Horton, in conversation with Isabella Di Biase. Hannah is a British Female Jazz Saxophonist who’s music is rooted in jazz, folk and funk. She has performed with many great jazz artists including Ian Shaw, Amy Winehouse, John Etheridge, Tina May, Georgia Mancio, Polly Gibbons, Natalie Williams, Es…
 
In this episode we have a special guest host, Helena Summerfield in conversation with two incredible women: Dr Kathy Dyson and Naadia Sheriff Helena Summerfield has worked in music education since 1999 and is a regular performer (saxophone and flute) on the Manchester jazz scene. Helena became the project manager for Jazz North’s Jazz Camp for Girl…
 
The first episode in our new podcast series 'Knocking Down the Door' with partners Céline Peterson and Black Lives in Music, produced and hosted by Ashaine White. Platforming inspirational black women in the Jazz industry. In our first episode, host Ashaine White talks to our partners Céline Peterson and Roger Wilson. Artist Representative and Prod…
 
The second episode in our new podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, with original music from Hannah Horton. In this episode we welcome Monika Herzig. In 1987, the pedagogical institute in Weingarten, Germany awarded a scholarship for a one-year exchange program at the University of A…
 
In this episode Ashaine White talks to two inspiration people - Gary Crosby OBE and Janine Irons MBE, founders of the incredible Tomorrow Warriors. Tomorrow’s Warriors believes in a world where opportunities for participation, ownership and leadership in music and the arts are available to all and its CEO Janine Irons is a woman with a purpose. Wit…
 
In this episode Ashaine White talks to Charisse Beaumont, Chief Executive of Black Lives in Music. Black Lives in Music addresses the current inequality of opportunity for black people aspiring to be artists or professionals in the Jazz and Classical music industry. Black Lives in Music believes in real equality for Black people to learn musical in…
 
The first episode in our new podcast series ‘On The Bookcase’, featuring female authors from across the world, with host Fiona Ross, with original music from Hannah Horton. In this episode we welcome Dr. Tammy L. Kernodle. Her work is hugely significant and inspirational to many. Primarily in the areas of African American music (Classical and Popul…
 
In this episode we have a guest host, Women in Jazz Media team member, Wendy Kirkland in conversation with two incredible women: Vick Bain, founder of the F List and board director Amy Pearce. ‘There is simply no excuse not to have as many women onstage as men’ Former CEO of BASCA, now PhD researcher, women in music campaigner and equality, diversi…
 
In this episode Ashaine White talks to Céline Peterson ‘In terms of race and gender, it’s incredibly uneven, in every aspect of the industry. And the other thing I want through in there is age. I’m young, you’re young and we are not taken as seriously by older, white men in particular, and older white women…and I really can’t wrap my head around it…
 
In this episode, Ashaine White talks to writer Angelika Beener. A fascinating and inspiring conversation exploring working in today’s Jazz industry and how to develop a career as a writer: ‘Do the work, rise to the occasion as much as you can and then shoot your shot! You’d be surprised who might give you a chance, especially if you are black and e…
 
In this, episode, Ashaine White talks to Jazz writer Jiaowei Hu. Jiaowei tells us that ‘Through jazz writing, I hope to bring people and different parties together, to build bridges for people to meet, across ethnicities and races, across religions and beliefs, across genders and generations, across occupations and fields, even across diverse ways …
 
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