Monthly Archives: March 2015

feminism: it’s still news?!

A recent article about Joann Falletta talks about the rarity of women conductors, and tries in a slightly awkward way to describe differences between men and women as leaders. It is all, of course, bullshit. What I mean by that … Continue reading

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research 2: on paper

This is the second in what will be a series of posts on the value of research to conductors in preparation for encouraging research of value to choral musicians at the next Eastern Division ACDA Conference. We choral musicians are … Continue reading

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women composers

I couldn’t attend the ACDA National Conference last week, but I was thrilled to see that there was a session on women composers. I’m on the board of the Women Composers Festival of Hartford, a tiny but fierce group of musicians, … Continue reading

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