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Annette Peacock: An Acrobat’s Heart

The recent brouhaha with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra is a telling reminder that even in the Age of Aquarius, female composers-arrangers-singers-players working in the music still can’t get no props. Same as it ever was.

Vocalist/composer/instrumentalist Annette Peacock is well-acquainted with the good ol’ boys club-she’s been bumping her head against its glass ceiling since the ’60s.

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