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Berklee Percussionist Headed To The Grammys

February 12, 2012

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By Andrea Shea Feb 10, 2012, BOSTON — The Grammy Awards are Sunday in Los Angeles. Among the dozens of nominees with Boston-area connections is jazz drummer, composer and teacher Terri Lyne Carrington. She produced “The Mosaic Project,” a CD up for Best Jazz Vocal Album. I caught up with Carrington this week at Berklee […]

Women with batons

January 16, 2012

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16.01.2012 We’re used to doctors, managers and lawyers who just happen to be women. And Germans have long become aquainted with the idea of a woman chancellor. But in the music profession, women in top positions are rare. Estonian conductor Anu Tali is in demand There are just four women who have managed to take […]

‘Men can’t do pop any more’

August 6, 2011

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Ever since the arrival of Amy and Lily, female artists have been taking over the charts. Now, with the country’s top five albums all by women, it appears their mission is accomplished Sophie Heawood guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 2 August 2011 Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen helped to lay the path that so many other female artists […]

‘Men can’t do pop any more’

August 6, 2011

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Ever since the arrival of Amy and Lily, female artists have been taking over the charts. Now, with the country’s top five albums all by women, it appears their mission is accomplished Sophie Heawood guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 2 August 2011 Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen helped to lay the path that so many other female artists […]