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Kaija Saariaho on Sexism in Classical Music

by Liane Curtis - November 7th, 2013.
Filed under: activism, composers, women composers. Tagged as: , , .

“In reading more studies about our recent history in this matter, I have understood that the situation is not slowly getting better, but that the improvements seem to have stopped a while ago. In politics, economy, research and culture in general, women still have to find their place.”

The composer Kaija Saariaho on sexism in classical music — her speech at McGill University, Nov. 3, 2013

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