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Women’s Work 2007 – Three Wednesdays in March

Beth Anderson is hosting Women’s Work 2007, a series of three Wednesday concerts in March at  Greenwich House Arts.  The dates are March 14, 21 and 28 and the venue is the Renee Weiler Concert Hall at Greenwich House Music School, 46 Barrow Street, New York City (between Seventh Avenue South and Bedford St.).  Beth has pulled together a terrific package of recent chamber instrumental and vocal music by prominent contemporary women composers from Asia, the U.S. and Europe, and how their work has been influenced by folk music, poetry and even new technology.  To do our part, the crack Sequenza21 team has put together an event blog with programs, notes and pictures.  The gals have also built themselves a multimedia site at MySpace with some lovely musical samples.  Hie thee thither. 


Comment from zeno
Time: March 5, 2007, 3:55 pm

The Library of Congress hosts WOMEN COMPOSERS from THE MacDOWELL COLONY; a free Coolidge Auditorium noontime concert this Saturday, March 10, featuring music by Gena Branscombe, Elizabeth Brown, and Louise Talma. Performers include Katie Lansdale, violin and Kathleen Shimeta, mezzo soprano; with pianists Andrew Harley, Martin Hennessy, and piano duo Sharon Johnson and Nancy Davis.
(No tickets required.)