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Notes from My Women-Composers Lecture

In case you had to miss my recent, overview-style talk about women-composers throughout history, I thought you might enjoy being able to browse my notes and listen to my playlist for it.

Hope it’s engaging, educational, and empowering!

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Understanding 20th Century Music: Lecture Series

I’m SO thrilled to have been invited back at Hillcrest in La Verne to lecture about one of my most favorite periods of music — the 20th Century!

The first Friday (July 17th) will cover the music and compositional tendencies — including societal pressures and attitudes — from the very end of the 19th century and until 1945. This will, of course, include discussions of the impact that the two World Wars had on composition in Europe.

The second Friday (July 24th) will cover the musical tendencies, attitudes, etc., for all the music written post-1945, post-World War II.

This is a FREE series! You can find more info at this Event’s Page. Come join me! 🙂

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