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December 31st is the last day to get your LIFETIME Membership for only $250 to celebrate our 15 years of musical service! You may Zelle your dues to email@example.com or pay here www.wijsf.org/join.htm by choosing the level of membership in the drop-down menu.
Also, we have a fundraiser at Facebook! Every little bit helps! https://www.facebook.com/donate/882038653208168
Thanks for all of your support in the past year and 15 years of our mission to promote women musicians, globally!
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Keynote Speaker Joan Cartwright on Thursday, November 10, 2022 @ 10 a.m. EST
Keynote: Who gives voice to diversity in jazz?
Dr Joan Cartwright is a renowned veteran of the Jazz and Blues stage for 40+ years. She is a vocalist, composer, and author of several books, including her memoir with touring and teaching experiences, and was honoured as the first Lady Jazz Master by Black Women in Jazz Awards in Atlanta, GA, in 2014. Her titles include Amazing Musicwomen, So You Want To Be A Singer? and A History of African American Jazz and Blues with interviews of Quincy Jones, Dewey Redman, Lester Bowie, among other jazz musicians and aficionados.
In 2007, she founded Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc., a non-profit organization to promote women musicians. In 2022, the organization released its 8th CD of women composers. Dr Cartwright hosts MUSICWOMAN Radio, featuring women who compose and perform their own music at BlogTalkRadio, has two personal CDs Feelin’ Good and In Pursuit of a Melody, and featured as an actor in Last Man and The Siblings, two sitcoms produced by MJTV Network. In June 2022, she decide to incorporate Musicwoman Archive and Cultural Center in North Carolina to preserve the music of women composers and instrumentalists.