Women in World Jazz – Women Composers Program

Nina Simone (born Feb 1933) was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger, and activist in the Civil Rights Movement. At our concert next Sat 3/3 Women in World Jazz invites the audience to join in while we perform “Revolution” by Nina Simone.

For more about Nina Simone listen to this podcast by blogger Hayim Kobi about her interpretation of the folk song Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair.

Women in World Jazz Outdoor Concerts

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Upcoming Shows:

Saturday March 24 3PM, New Bedford library (all ages)

Sunday April 8 2:30-3:30PM, Westborough Public Library (all ages)

Saturday April 14 2-4PM, Lucius Beebe Memorial Library,  Wakefield (all ages)

Sunday  April 22 2-3PM, Wellesley free library (all ages)

Saturday April 28 8PM, Amazing Things

Wednesday July 18 6:30-8:00PM, Wilmington library (all ages)


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New CD Release!

Listen to songs and purchase on CD Baby

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Women in World Jazz presents an educational performance for the whole family featuring an international ensemble of all-female performers showcasing music from around the world. The concert features musical styles from Cuba’s cha cha to Cape Verde’s Coladeira as well as songs from Israel, Brazil and Japan, mixed in with jazz favorites. The ensembles goal is to give the audience a taste of different cultures from around the globe through the expression of music and dance. Each performer has an extensive background in music education and performance in the New England area.



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