Monday Link Round Up: June 19, 2017

News to start your week!   Opera5, a Canadian opera company which is based in Toronto, will be presenting two works by Ethel Smyth – Fête Galante and The Boatswain’s Mate – June 22 through the 25th.  Smyth is remembered for her work as a...
Proms 2017 – By the Numbers

Proms 2017 – By the Numbers

It’s once again Proms Season!  And that means it’s time once again to look at representation.  There have already been conversations about certain lacking aspects – not only the lack of women composers, but the overall lack of representation of people (including...
Elizabeth Wood Inspires Hartford Festival

Elizabeth Wood Inspires Hartford Festival

The 17th annual Women Composers Festival of Hartford invited musicologist Elizabeth Wood to be their Keynote Speaker, and Wood shares her energizing presentation with us here.  It was really more of a Convocation: a kick-off of the Festival, a drawing together of...
CSUF New Music Festival

CSUF New Music Festival

Today marks the beginning of the 16th annual California State University – Fullerton New Music Festival.  The five day event is always an amazing opportunity to engage with a huge range of new music.  This year’s festival is titled “To the ends of...
New Music Festival dedicated to Pauline Oliveros

New Music Festival dedicated to Pauline Oliveros

16th Annual Festival of New Music at California State University, Fullerton – Feb. 22-26 “To the Ends of the Earth: Music from Iceland to Australia and Beyond” This year’s festival is dedicated in loving memory of Pauline Oliveros, founding...
Call for Papers for Women Composers Festival of Hartford

Call for Papers for Women Composers Festival of Hartford

The annual Women Composers Festival of Hartford is an event not to be missed, and we are excited to know that planning for the 2017 festival is already well underway.  The four day event always includes amazing concerts, papers, workshops, and conversations about the...