Honoring Women's Work

The work of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy is to recognize and honor the work of historic and contemporary women composers, encourage performances of their works.  That the work of women composers has been left out of the canon because it simply isn’t “good” is a laughable assertion.  It was ridiculous when it was suggested in the 19th century, and is perhaps even more ridiculous when made this week.  But instead of dissecting their argument, which was already beautifully done over at Song of the Lark, or feeding into the trolls, let’s focus on some important dates celebrated this past week. Sunday…