Monday Link Round Up: June 18, 2018

News and Music to start your week! A great new episode of Listening To Ladies is ready to educate, enlighten, and entertain!  The conversation with with Sakari Dixon Vanderveer.  Check out the website for more information, music, and links – and stream the episode below: The Guardian looks at a recent report that 95% of concerts performed by classical music organizations around the world completely ignore the work of women.  Mark Brown, Arts Correspondent, talks to composer Emily Hall, and Gabriella Di Laccio, the founder of the new organization Donne: Women and Music, about their work and the changes that they advocate.…

Monday Link Round Up: May 21, 2018

News to start your week! Amazing new call for new music from Donne in Musica.  Women composers of all music backgrounds, ages, and nationalities are invited to submit compositions inspired by the struggle for human rights.  The call was inspired by the 70th Anniversary of the Adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  Learn more here. Jennifer Higdon’s new Harp Concerto received its world premiere by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra last week.  Read a review of the concert here. Julia Wolfe also had a premiere last week: Spinning, an hour-long work for three vocalizing, amplified cellists.  Read a review of the…