Monday Link Round Up: January 17, 2022

Monday Link Round Up: January 17, 2022

News and music to start your week!  Happy Martin Luther King Day! To commemorate their 10th anniversary, OperaCréole has planned “A celebration of Black Women in classical music and civil rights, from Ida B. Wells to Kamala Harris.”  Unfortunately the...
Monday Link Round Up: January 10, 2022

Monday Link Round Up: January 10, 2022

News and music to start your week! Composer Dr. Sharon Willis, pictured, has collaborated with author Margaret L. Thomas to create music to accompany a children’s book.  The book, titled Suazu and Nomeka’s Heir is now also a musical with 16 songs, which...
Monday Link Roundup: January 3, 2022

Monday Link Roundup: January 3, 2022

News and music to start off your YEAR! We are so excited for the upcoming premiere of Gabriella Smith’s first symphony!.  Smith, pictured above, was commissioned by the Santa Rosa and Eugene Symphonies for the work, titled One, and which will receive its world...
Monday Link Round Up: December 20, 2021

Monday Link Round Up: December 20, 2021

News and music to start your week! The New York Times recapped the rather challenging year in classical music – including awarding Kaija Saariaho (pictured) The Composer of the Year.  Other highlights include building a more diverse repertoire, firsts at the...
Monday Link Round Up: December 13, 2021

Monday Link Round Up: December 13, 2021

News and music to start your week! Composer Nomi Abadi, pictured above, founded the Female Composer Safety League last year after recognizing that female composers have been left out of the #MeToo movement.  Read her conversation with Rebecca Keegan in the Hollywood...