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MUSICWOMAN with host Diva Joan Cartwright (Diva JC), features women who compose and perform their own music and men who support them. Music, the sound of the spheres, begins in the womb! ~ Diva JC Call in on 714-364-4714, hit #1 to talk to host.

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Denise Jannah was born in Suriname, South America. With her family, she moved to Holland in the mid-seventies. For 4,5 years she studied Law at the University of Utrecht, but her love for music made her change her course: she enrolled into the Conservatory in Hilversum and completed her studies there, also earning her degree as a vocal educator. In 1989 she won third prize at the Internationales Liederfestival ?Menschen und Meer? in Rostock, former D.D.R. In that year she also was offered an important part in the musical ?A Night at the Cotton Club?in which she starred in 347 performances in Holland, Germany, and Belgium. In 1997 Jannah was offered one of the leading parts in ?Joe, The Musical?. In 1998 Denise Jannah and Marjorie Barnes were the leading ladies in Fats Waller's musical show ?Ain't Misbehavin' ?, (European Tour). She released several albums, of which three of them on Blue Note Records. Denise Jannah performed 7 times at the North Sea Jazz Festival and toured the world from New York to Johannesburg to Japan and back. Until now, she has won two Edison Awards, the Golden Orpheus (Bulgaria) and the Bata Anastacievic Festival Award (Serbia). www.denisejannah.nl www.wijsf.org
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