Book: Gender Disparity in UK Jazz - A Discussion by Sammy Stein with Debbie Burkecategories: Book, Jazz, Women in Music, Gender, Investigative, Women in Jazz, Jazz Music, Sociology, History, Gender Issues
Sammy Steinabout this book: This book investigates gender issues in Uk Jazz. Great input form managers, musicians, educators, researchers and festivals. Superbly crafted and written by Sammy Stein, edited by Debbie Burke, it is a trans-Atlantic cooperation packed with detail and insights.
Sammy is an experienced and popular author, International Editor at Jazz Journalist Association and author of 3 outstanding previous books. A unique look at UK jazz, peeling back the layers to reveal an industry with many layers and some of them not as pretty. Women need to be more visible and this book also looks at how they are becoming more so and initiatives which raise their visibility. Sammy's understanding of jazz music and her knowledge leaps off the page and the experience of Debbie Burke is brought to bear, making this tight, readable and engaging. Sammy has interviewed many women for her last books and this gave her a unique insight into the jazz industry, the issues they have and also how colleges, educators, researchers, venus and musicians themselves are tackling the issues.
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