Women in Jazz Part 2
As you read in yesterday’s post, Yoko Miwa is part of a select few women in instrumental jazz. Last year, Yoko and her trio debuted at the Regattabar in celebration of Women’s History Month. This performance was dedicated to jazz great, Sheila Jordan. Sheila was unable to make it to the performance, but Yoko was able to perform a duet with her which we featured as part of last year’s Women’s History Month posts.
Sheila did record an introduction for last year’s performance that we’d like to share as part of our gearing up for next week’s Regattabar performance.
We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday, March 27th, at the Regattabar! Please be sure to support women in the arts this Women’s History Month and all year round.
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