Monthly Archives: September 2014

ACDA illustrates the glass ceiling

Here are some numbers from the list of choirs performing at the ACDA national conference next year: Of the eleven Headliners, only the Muungano National Choir of Kenya is conducted by a woman. All three of the “Great Composers [did they mean … Continue reading

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I commented on a ChoralNet post this morning asking about gendered performance attire for singers whose gender identity does not match their genitals.  It happens to coincide with a lecture I’m giving today. I write about feminism and the importance … Continue reading

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