This is a delightful and informative piece featuring female musicians onthe London Improv Scene who talk about what improvising is to them, how they began and their careers and lives in London - really refreshing piece of writing. Thanks to Women in Music UK member Alison Blunt who tweeted this and drew our attention to it recently. Good to see her included alongside others like Caroline Kraabel (who played at the Chard Festival of Women in Music some years back ), Sylvia Hallett, Maggie Nicols and Kay Grant. The initial information was drawn from entries in the British Music Collection site. Thanks to Julie Kjaer of Sound and Music for this piece/exhibition.

10 Women Improvisers talk about how it is for them

Debbie Golt WiM Chair adds that she will put a link up soon to a  discussion she led with some other female improvisers that was broadcast on Resonance FM a few years ago to mark International Women's Day . It's an important area of music to fully explore and one where women are quite prominent these days. 

Do encourage others to read this blog. And do add your what's on info to www.womeninmusic.org.uk - swift turnaround for entries usually.

On another NOTE - Women in Music will be 30 next year! Founded in 1987 we still trod on ...It is interesting how the name and term WOMEN IN MUSIC that we invented back then has gone on to be a worldwide phenomenon (is that the correct spelling? - just checking!)