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News to start your week!
The Women Composers Festival of Hartford had another great event this year – and are already looking to the future! Composers and and Performers are invited to apply to be artists in residence for the 2018 Festival! Find out more information here.
Following up on the great 2017 event, we are delighted to have been granted permission to post Keynote Speaker Elizabeth Wood’s address to the Festival – and a call to action – on our blog! Don’t miss it!
Read Victoria Bond’s piece at NewMusicBox about the twentieth anniversary of the Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival which Bond began in NYC in 1998. Learn about the challenges and inspirations that have continued the Festival for the past two decades, and into the future! Read here!
The Dallas Opera Women’s Conducting Institute is having a reunion of past attendees in San Francisco. Included in the group is Chaowen Ting, who, as conductor of the Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra, has also been the recipient of WPA Performance Grants for her diverse and inclusive programming! Learn more about the reunion, and the great things they have done since the Institute, here.
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