Monday Link Round Up: October 28, 2019

Monday Link Round Up: October 28, 2019

News and music to start your week! It’s the perfect time of year to revisit one of our favorite blog posts about Elisabeth Lutyens (pictured above) who is often remembered as a composer for her many contributions to horror movie soundtracks! Enjoy!  If you dare …. And to check out some recent horror soundtracks by women, try this article in Film Music Daily! Irish composer and conductor Eímear Noone spoke to The Guardian about her work in video game music — and why she thinks Mozart would have been writing gaming music if he were alive today. We missed this…

Featured Guest Blog: Maria Noriega Rachwal on the Montreal Women's Symphony Orchestra

Today we are delighted to feature the work of Maria Noriega Rachwal, a music teacher and musicologist living in Toronto, Ontario. She lectures widely on women in music and has written articles on the subject for professional organizations. Her work on the Montreal Women’s Symphony Orchestra was featured on the CBC Radio documentary, “It Wasn’t Tea Time: Ethel Stark and the Montreal Women’s Symphony Orchestra.”  Her new book, From Kitchen to Carnegie Hall, is being released October 6 by Second Story Press.     The twentieth century witnessed the advancements of North American women in politics, suffrage, labour, and education. Despite these…