HARPIST, BRANDEE YOUNGER
- Made possible in part by funding from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.
- “Support the Arts” Tag. Contributions received from tags purchase provides
- funding for performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, arts education and folk art.
VOCALIST, B. ALEXANDRIA
“Matters of the Heart”
New Album Release Concert
9:00 A.M. Sep 6 Harp with Brandee Younger, Robert E. McNair Jr High
1:30 P.M. Sep 7 Blues with Nellie Mack, AAA Academy for Academics andArts
Festival Headline: The Nellie Mack Project Blues bassist
Festival Artist - Cathy Stiles, (UAH Alumni)
Alabama Women in Jazz Festival was founded in 2014 by organizer, Patrice Bivins
The purpose of our women in jazz program is to highlight the creative talent of their excellent playing skills and to inspire young females to reach for their dreams of becoming a great jazz musician and to provide educational information that will continue to inspire them. Most of us recognize the contributions by great jazz vocalists such as Ella and Sarah and Billie, many forget about the female musician instrumentalist like Mary Lou Williams, or Melba Liston, or Esperanza Spalding just to name a few.