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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 (646) 564-9552, hit #1 to talk to host. http://wijsf.org

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Grammy-nominated flautist, pianist, composer, author Rubyana is the consummate musician. Her music speaks for itself and she discusses her music and career with Diva JC.

Singer and composer Kaitlin McGaw grew up in Boston and graduated with honors from Harvard University before moving to San Francisco. Like fellow Harvard grads Bonnie Raitt, Rivers Cuomo, and Yo-Yo Ma Kaitlin left the... more

Diva JC talks with saxophonist Carol Sudhalter in Queens, NY and Dallas vocalist Sandra Kaye about their musical projects. Also, visit www.wijsf.org and www.internationalwomeninjazz.com

Jazz DJ Jay Edwards joins Diva JC for a discussion of the pros and cons of radio stations vs online radio shows

PART III Metaphysics of Music with musician/composer Dr. Nelson Harrison, who calls Jazz "the soundtrack of the community" and singer/composer Nick Mathis. Websites: Nelson Harrison, Nelson Harrison's Network, and Nick Mathis. Also,... more

PART II of New Age Music and how it activates our Divinity. Amethyst Dreams is Linda Dachtyl's new CD with lovely pieces that soothe the soul and open the chakras to Divine Light. Show host Diva JC is joined by musicians and spiritual... more

[Edited] Linda Dachtyl’s approach to B3 organ composition is to study the masters of the genre for inspiration and add her experiences from playing and studying theory in various genres even outside of jazz or blues and her... more

Linda Dachtyl’s approach to B3 organ composition is to study the masters of the genre for inspiration and add her experiences from playing and studying theory in various genres even outside of jazz or blues and her organ compositions reflect... more
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