WIJSF 2020

As this turbulent year 2020 winds down, these are the projects we have working at http://wijsf.org

How to support WIJSF:

Purchase our 6-CD Box Set of women’s music at http://wijsf.com/compcds.htm

Subscribe to http://musicwomanmagazine.com

Join our organization at http://wijsf.com/join.htm

Make a donation at the link above.

WIJSF News November 2020

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Purchase the 6-CD Box Set of WIJSF Composers. Get 10% off two or more at http://wijsf.com/compcds.htm

Radio Podcasts in November

11/20/2020 04:00 PM
11/13/2020 04:00 PM
Gail Jhonson
Richard Bridgeforth

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WIJSF News October 2020

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Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqceiuqDkjHNcgXGgjZn8mrqwBReXjFYSV
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Exhibit at Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Delray Beach, FL (October 1 – January 31, 2021)

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Welcome Staff!

Starting August 1, 2020, Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc. will have a staff of four:

  • Dr. Joan Cartwright, Director
  • Gwendolyn Tucker, Administrator
  • Brian Allan Harris, Marketing Consultant (Brian Allan Harris, Co.)
  • Eleazar Diaz, Marketing Consultant (Brian Allan Harris, Co.)

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WIJSF News July 2020

Artists are not ok right now. Broadway is closed until 2021, Cirque de Sole is filing for bankruptcy, tours are not happening, recording projects are on hold, cruise ship performers are out of work, theme park performers have no idea when they will be recalled. Performing arts organizations of all kinds, choirs, theaters, orchestras, dance companies are all trying to figure out on a daily basis how to keep going and employ anyone they can in the field. If you know anyone in the arts industry, reach out to them and tell them they matter. Give them a virtual hug and make sure they are taken care of. Donate to arts organizations and keep the arts alive. Our hearts and souls need it NOW more than ever.
Dr. Joan Cartwright was featured in the July 2020 issue of PODCAST Magazine.
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WIJSF News June 2020

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Rest in Peace Gloria Dennard

Founder of Manna House Workshops, in 1967,  that began as a monthly coffee house in the basement of Ascension Church in East Harlem. Music became the major focus and the workshops were moved to a storefront, where economically disadvantaged neighbors could be served. Her staff consisted of two administrators and fourteen instructors.

Gloria DeNard

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