Monday Link Round Up: February 25, 2019

Monday Link Round Up: February 25, 2019

News and Music to start your week! ICYMI, Musicologist Douglas Shadle has a new post at NewMusicBox about the life and legacy of Florence Price, specifically remembered in this #BlackLivesMatter era.  If you haven’t already, make time for this great piece now! Composer and performer Helga Davis spoke at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston where she is currently in the role of visiting curator.  WBUR has the story. Learn about the distances composer that Laura Bowler went for her latest work about climate change.  Read Bowler’s piece at The Guardian. The gender pay discrimination suit filed by Elizabeth…

Monday Link Round Up: July 9, 2018

News and music to start your week! The mission of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy focuses on leveling the playing field for women composers.  The inequities are obvious in our oft-quoted statistics that show the prolific accomplishments of women composers who still do not receive the attention that is due to them. Issues surrounding women performers are really not so much in our radar.  It was one of the big issues back in 1981, when our “mother” organization, The Women’s Philharmonic was founded.  By the time the orchestra disbanded in 2004, huge progress had been made for performers.  Women were represented in…