Monday Link Round Up: September 12, 2016

News to start your week! The Library of Congress blog, In the Muse, has a guest post by Kate Doyle, a doctoral candidate specializing in experimental composition and sound for performance art at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.  Doyle focused this past summer sorting and organizing the music commissioned for Erick Hawkins and his modern dance company.  Among these works were several scores by Lucia Dlugoszewski.  Doyle’s exciting work, and Polish American composer Dlugoszewski’s legacy, here. We shared the news of the death of Connie Crothers earlier this year.  Ursel Schlight at New Music Box has a remembrance of Crothers’…

Monday Link Round Up: August 22, 2016

News to start your week! The Fall 2016 edition of The Kapralova Society newsletter is now available to download!  Articles include a conversation with conductor Odaline de la Martinez and an analysis and comparison of the work of Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn.  Get this issue, and back issues, on The Kapralova Society website.   Bitch Magazine, which offers a feminist response to pop culture, has an interview with composer Courtney Bryan. The conversation was inspired by Bryan’s commissioned work for The Dream Unfinished in support of #BlackLivesMatter.  Read more here.   Jazz pianist and composer Connie Crothers has died.  The New…