Monday Link Round Up: February 13, 2017

News to start your week! Helen Grime, who is currently serving as the Wigmore Hall Composer in Residence, spoke with The Guardian about what she likes, and loves, about music.  And stay tuned for more information about the March 3 premiere of her new Piano Concerto.   The Smithsonian Magazine has a fantastic article on Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield – born around 1820 as a slave in Mississippi, she went on to become an opera singer, and the nation’s first Black pop star.   Though we are finding more equal grounds throughout every section of the orchestra, there are still barriers in the brass section.…