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Interview with Ivy Ross Ricci, champion of women’s Voices

Singer-songwriter Ivy Ross Ricci is a national advocate for the voices of girls and women. Her latest music video, “Girls Sit Screaming,” provides an anthem for cultural shift. The video, from a song on her eighth album, It’s Hard To Know, was selected to kick-off the Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival. The song bares the double standards currently prevalent in classrooms, workplaces, and society.

Ricci’s advocacy isn’t merely lip service…

REVIEW FIX  EXCLUSIVE  by Patrick Hickey Jr.

REVIEW FIX EXCLUSIVE

by Patrick Hickey Jr.

ivy ross ricci talks ‘girls sit screaming’ and more

Review Fix: How did you get involved in music?

Ivy Ross Ricci: I was born in a moving ambulance as the screaming siren initiated me into the outside world of sound and my Grandmother’s voice shouted out “Don’t hold that baby back!”  Later that same day, in the lonesome silence of a hospital’s infant incubator my heart beat taught me about rhythm…

YOUTH MUSIC PROJECT ‘QUARTERNOTES’  INTERVIEW  with Executive Director, Travis Magrane

YOUTH MUSIC PROJECT ‘QUARTERNOTES’ INTERVIEW

with Executive Director, Travis Magrane

in the spotlight: ivy ricci

Each quarter, we will shine the spotlight on someone connected to Youth Music Project who is doing inspiring work. This quarter, Executive Director Travis Magrane sat down with instructor Ivy Ricci and had a chat about her work at Youth Music Project and her release of a new music video…

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