Home » Jazz Articles » Maggie Nicols

Jazz Articles about Maggie Nicols

3
Album Review

Maggie Nicols, Caroline Kraabel, Charlotte Hug.: On Dizziness

Read "On Dizziness" reviewed by John Eyles


Maggie Nicols, Caroline Kraabei and Charlotte Hug first came together as a trio in the autumn of 2000 when they played together in Nicols' front room. In May 2001 they came together again, playing a concert at the (now defunct) Freedom of the City festival in London's Conway Hall. At the same venue, on June 4th, 2001, they were recorded, without an audience, by Martin Davidson for his Emanem label. The resulting album, Transitions was released on the label in ...

4
Live Review

Noisy Women Return at Cafe Oto, London

Read "Noisy Women Return at Cafe Oto, London" reviewed by John Eyles


Noisy Women Return Cafe Oto London July 17, 2022 The title given to this Cafe Oto concert—Noisy Women Return—probably prompted the same response from many of those who attended: Return? They've never been away! However, the key to understanding that title probably lay two days before; Friday July 15th had seen the successful debut performance of The Noisy People's Improvising Orchestra at St. Paul's Church, jny: Cambridge, a multi-media event with a cast of dozens ...

3
Live Review

The Noisy Women at Hundred Years Gallery

Read "The Noisy Women at Hundred Years Gallery" reviewed by John Eyles


The Noisy Women Hundred Years Gallery London January 16, 2022 Noisy Women was started in 2020 by multi-instrumentalist Faradena Afifi and Marion Treby who both joined Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra during lockdown. The Noisy Women Presents is a quartet of Afifi and Treby plus improvising visual artist & dancer Gwendolyn Kassenaar, and vocalist & dancer Maggie Nicols. (Pictured above, left to right: Sue Lynch, Gwendolyn Kassenaar, Faradena Afifi.) This was the inaugural concert of a free ...


Engage

Contest Giveaways
Enter our latest contest giveaway sponsored by Justin Time Records
Polls & Surveys
Vote for your favorite musicians and participate in our brief surveys.
Publisher's Desk
Musician Tip: Your Thumbnail Photo
Read on...

Get more of a good thing!

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories, our special offers, and upcoming jazz events near you.