A Call to Action

This past year has brought about important conversations about women’s work in music, and many highly publicized opportunities for the public at large to become more informed and engaged with often-neglected music.  Laura Seddon mentioned in her guest blog that though well-intentioned, these efforts often fall far short of real and lasting change.  But it seems as though there is some hope on the horizon. A student in the UK has created a petition to include works by women composers in the A-level syllabus and exams.  Jessy McCabe, who is 17 years old, reached out to the Music Head of…