Folk artist Ani DiFranco performs at Babeville, a former Methodist
church, in Buffalo, New York, Wednesday, September 12, 2007.
DiFranco and her manager, Scot Fisher, acquired the church from
the city of Buffalo in the 1990s, and transformed it into a
world class performance venue.
KRT Photos 09-12-2007
GREAT BRITAIN. London. Xue Fei. Classical Guitarist. 27/04/04.
Stuart Franklin, Magnum Photos
"I want to be that person that you come see because their voice just keeps getting sicker and sicker," said rock singer and guitarist L.P. before a show in Arlington, Virginia, on December 30, 2004.
CHUCK MYERS, KRT Photos
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 20: Musician Bonnie Raitt performs during "We the Planet" concert at Speedway Meadow in Golden Gate Park on April 20, 2003 in San Francisco, California.
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Joni Mitchell performs after Van Morrison and ahead of Bob Dylan as the trio play Vancouver's GM Place, May 14th.
H. Ruckemann, UPI Photos 05-15-1998
Jeanell W. Brown
Associate Professor, Music Department, Covenant College
Sex Discrimination in Music Careers Master Classes: Vocal and
piano Forum: Building a Strategy for Music Department Recruitment
Student Forum: Gender Discussion - Women in Music 1994. . .
Department of Religious Studies, California State University,
McCarthy comments on sexuality, spirituality, and gender construction
in women's rock music. She says that the religious significance
of the erotic element in women's rock music is precisely this
power to draw artist and listeners, and listeners themselves,
into the present evanescent moment
Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Oregon http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~flr/faculty/bios/gilman.htm
Rap and ragga musics have found a place on the musical landscape
of Malawi over the last decade . . . . activities of spectators.
Female involvement as dancers is much greater than as music-makers,
making . . . from nutrition to women and the law. In the area
of Christian music, Mvano are particularly noted . . .
Professor, School of Arts & Humanities, Institute of Education,
University of London http://www.ioe.ac.uk/staff/ARHS/ARHS_21.html
. . . to apply to a range of musical styles. Through this theory
I examine the roles played by the school music . . . how music
itself can be understood to construct and communicate apparent
'truths' about ourselves . . . Women and girls are prominent
and successful in music-educational settings, but are often
in a small minority or even completely absent from many professional
realms of music. Green argues . . .