Future Concerts & Events March 16-31 (by U.S. State, alphabetically)
The Bay Area Rainbow Symphony will perform Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1 on March 16.
On March 24 the Berkeley Symphony will feature Sofia Gubaidulina’s Concerto for Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Band.
Jessie Montgomery and Louise Farrenc will be featured by the Oakland Symphony on March 22.
The San José Youth Chamber Orchestra performs Alma Deutscher’s Allegretto  as well as the rest movement of Concerto for Strings by Grazyna Bacewicz on March 18.
March 30th, Art in the Park, Crystal Cove State Park, CSUF New Music Ensemble and Guests perform works by Pamela Madsen  on the ocean at Crystal Cove Historic District
March 29-31, SDSU Women #HERSTORY: Women, Music, Diversity and Leadership Conference, San Diego State University. Pamela Madsen, Featured Guest Composer, Lecturer, Performer.
Plan ahead for the Women Composers Festival of Hartford March 29 & 30.
On March 16 the Brookline Symphony will perform Florence Price’s Symphony No. 3 and Grace William’s Fairest of Stars.

March 16 and 17, A Far Cry (the innovative string orchestra) presents Jessie Montgomery’s Starburst and Julia Perry’s Stabat Mater as part of their American Visions.

Cappella Clausura will honor the works of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel on March 30 and 31.

The Austin Symphony will perform music by Fanny Mendelssohn, Lili Boulanger, Clara Schumann, Vítězslava Kaprálová, and Jennifer Higdon in their concert March 22-23.

Orchestra Seattle will perform Lili Boulanger’s Psalm 130 on March 16.