These are anxious times. As we do our part to participate in the self-imposed social isolation that most of the world is finding themselves in these days, we have collected some resources that we may all turn to in the coming restless days. Many arts organizations are cancelling events, or moving them to be online and streaming – but the streamed concerts don’t include works by women. Here are some other options.
Though the Listening to Ladies podcast is no longer creating new episodes, you can still stream or download the 30 conversations that Elizabeth Blair held with contemporary women composers.
If you just want to tune in to some great programming, The Daffodil Perspective has a wonderful back catalog of radio programming boasting equal representation, playlists, and links to purchase the new recordings you fell in love with.
Those with Amazon Prime can watch Vision – a film about the life of Hildegard von Bingen – for free. The trailer is below!
Among the events postponed in the annual Women Composers Festival of Hartford. The conference, which was scheduled to take place from March 19-21, will be rescheduled to a date later this year. We can still enjoy the performances of past concerts! Listen in to the recordings from last year on their Facebook page.
What are you listening to these days? Leave us a comment and let us know!