The International Alliance for Women in Music is holding their Congress this week in an exciting and wonderfully inclusive and accessible online format.
The 20th Anniversary Congress is completely online with live-streamed concerts, papers, and lecture-recitals. Anyone can access the material for free – but attendees are asked to register. The events will be happening all week (April 13-19) – so be sure to stop by and listen in on the livestream or pull up an archived presentation.
Some highlights include:
- Liane Curtis, President of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy and The Rebecca Clarke Society, speaking about Clarke’s early pieces for Violin
- Kendra Leonard discussing the life of Louise Talma
- Sabrina Peña Young talking about her work Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, which she composed though online collaboration.
- And many, many excellent performances of works by women!
Join in on the conversations at the Congress website – and let us know in the comments below what your favorite paper or performance was!