March 2017


Lo and behold comes my March 2017 female-composer-a-day series to an end! Thanks to friend and fellow music theorist Beth Smith for bringing Kimberly Archer to my attention:

Here on the penultimate day of my March 2017 female-composer-a-day series we present to you Misato Mochizuki:

Three more days of my March 2017 female-composer-a-day series! Have some Hannah Lash music:

March 2017 persists, as does my female-composer-a-day-series! Check out Matana Roberts:

It’s still March 2017, and I’m still posting a female composer a day! Imagine my excitement as an organist when Google offered up this gem by Errollyn Wallen:

 

March 2017 is drawing to a close, but I’m still keepin’ on keepin’ on with my female-composer-a-day series! Christy Carew is a film composer recommended to me by industry profession Natalie Nicole Gilbert. I like Christy’s Seven Waters:

Forward, with my March 2017 female-composer-a-day series! Kenan Hunter was brought to my attention by director Kevin T. Morales (she wrote the music for his pilot). I like this track of hers:

Another composer for my March 2017 female-composer-a-day series! Jessica shared her Musician Origin Story (see categories in the side bar) with me recently, so today I share some of her music with you:

March March March March 2017 female-composer-a-day-series it is. I’ve known Eve some years now and even had the pleasure of being her substitute PA a couple times:

Look here, it’s my March 2017 female-composer-a-day series! I met Emma very briefly last month at the Vernon Salon (which is run by friend and pianist Anne Rainwater).

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