Voting for the People’s Choice Award in A-Spire magazine is open until Thursday of next week, 25th April! I would dearly appreciate if you could help me with your vote to get a full-page feature in the magazine this time. It would be the perfect finishing touch to quite an exciting month!
The big day is today! The ‘Go for Gold in 2019’ Cafemnee workshop has finally arrived for us to grow, share and get a boost of confidence to take our careers to the next level.
The Women in Music Conference, organized by the Musicians’ Union, took place in Manchester on March 28th. It was an enlightening and empowering event where prominent female voices gave us an insight on the nuances of the industry, some keys for success learned from their experience and, mostly, a boost of courage and optimism to face the challenges still present for women in the music industry.
The date is today in the evening through the BBC-WM website or at 95.6 FM on the radio. Millicent will talk about her projects, her vision of women in the music industry and how collaboration and mutual support can empower female musicians to take their art to the next step. Also, she will perform a number for the audience, a little gift in occasion of Mother’s Day!
Millicent will talk about empowerment of women in music and also perform a number on Sunday’s evening at BBC-WM
Silvano Griffith-Francis has been a friend of mine for some time now. She is an actress and writer who has brought her craft to churches and theaters across the country with her company, SVG Productions. Last year, she and her team were able to make their first movie, called Family Secrets.
From 8pm to midnight today, enjoy the prowess of female artists and reflect on the fight for equal rights of women around the world. Music, poetry, dance and plastic arts will serve to remember Nina Simone’s four women and the thousands of real women each one of them represents, celebrating their achievements so far and gathering energy for what is to come.
On February 23rd, Millicent performed an interactive concert at the children’s holiday club Rhythm Circle, to teach about articulation in music.
The jazz bar and café RJJZ (Arch 24, 208 Livery Street, Birmingham) will celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th with a showcase of female talent. Millicent will join with her music.