Lady Got Chops Women's Month Jazz Festival
The grassroots festival is celebrating its 18th year 2020 honoring Women's History Month.
By: Lady Got Chops
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL
Represents a gathering of like-minded individuals who:
1 Want to celebrate women's excellence of contribution to humanity during March Women's History Month by either performing, promoting or attending events or showings.
2 Provide a hosting space that will house the artist for the date or dates of performance or show.
3 Find benefit in a freely provided promotion that will bring attention to their art or venue as well as a feeling of fellowship through participation.
4 Networks with the public as well as other musicians' arts and venues.
5 Value the education provided by the elders and experienced in the arts.
6 Have a progressive outlook while maintaining a realistic view of the climate of the arts and life.
To globally elevate Women's History Month through the promotion of women's outstanding contributions (aka Chops), artistic and otherwise, during the month of March.
The Jazz Foundation of America
The Black Rock Coalition
Please contact for interviews and or interest in further sponsorship opportunities.
About Kim Clarke
The founder of the festival Kim Clarke has collaborated on developing a study program, with pianist Bertha Hope and company through the Jazz Foundation of America geared to the mentorship of Bronx high school girls through Jazz Studies at Women's Academy of Excellence and other schools. Prior workshop/teaching experience includes private students most notably Reggie Hamilton, and at venues such as Boys Harbor NY, Guitar Institute of Technology, London, Feierwerk Jazz age and Blues Workshop, Munich Germany, Portland State University, Oregon, Reed College, Columbia Basin College, and Whitman Colleges Washington State. Kim has toured with Joseph Bowie and Defunkt since 1981, performed with jazz notables such as Joe Henderson Art Blakey and currently bassist with Bertha Hope Quintet.
Kim Clarke is also a member of Local 802, International Women in Jazz, Chamber Music of America, Bennett College Alumnae
ABOUT LADY GOT CHOPS
Lady Got Chops Women's History Month Music and Arts Festival Inc is a 501C3 charitable organization dedicated to the contributions of women in the performing arts.
Michelle Mitchell PR