Monday Link Round Up: June 17, 2019

Monday Link Round Up: June 17, 2019

Music and News to start your week! The New York Times profiled Alma Deutscher – violinist, pianist, and composer who has been putting the classical music world in awe since she was just 4 years old.  Now 14, she’s working on a retrospective album and also discusses her future aspirations. Pass on the word!  Women Composers Festival of Hartford is looking for Connecticut composers to help celebrate their upcoming 20th anniversary.  Read more here. Nebal Maysaud writes for NewMusicBox about the problematic nature of Western Classical Music, having its roots in white supremacy. A deeply personal essay, Maysaud shares his…

Monday Link Round Up: January 2, 2016

News to start your week – and the New Year! Alex Ross discusses the Prototype Festival in The New Yorker, which will feature Missy Mazzoli’s opera Breaking the Waves, which was premiered by Opera Philadelphia in September.  Read on here. Elizabeth Bell, composer and co-founder of New York Women Composers passed away on December 19 at the age of 88.  She was a champion for young composers and advocated for the work of women composers throughout her life.  Sequenza21 has a remembrance. An up-and-coming composer is giving the opera world a lot to talk about!  Alma Deutscher’s retelling of Cinderella was premiered in Vienna…