Monthly Archives: May 2015

Four people posted this to my Facebook wall

I’m quite proud that I’m the outspoken feminist conductor people think of and with whom they are pleased to share feminist conductor things. It was put together by the Classic FM’s social media gurus, reblogged by Mighty Girl. And posted … Continue reading

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compliment for Marcos

I want to compliment Marcos Carreras of the Children’s Chorus of Springfield. He put together an event on Saturday called Celebration in Song, where children’s choirs spent a day singing together, then performing on the steps of city hall in Springfield, … Continue reading

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research 3: The Glass Bead Game

Once again, I’m writing from the perspective of preparing for the 2016 ACDA Eastern Division Conference. We’re in the midst of evaluating interest session proposals. In that context, I’d like to talk about Hermann Hesse’s Glass Bead Game as a transcendent (pun … Continue reading

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