Tag: gender

11/19: Gender Diversity in New Opera

Exploring how we can expand the gender diversity represented in new operatic works and how we can rethink casting of established works in the 21st century. Hosted by Aiden Kim Feltkamp.

12/11: Gender Equity in the Classical Music World

In many other areas of classical music, notably conducting and composing, women remain in the minority in concert halls, textbooks, radio shows, and on university faculty rosters. In this discussion, all are welcome to share their experiences within the classical music world, academia, and related spheres as they relate to issues of gender and intersectionality – with a positive focus on practical solutions. Hosted by Elisabeth Blair.

2/28: Diversity vs. the Stacked Deck

A calm, supportive, useful group of questions about diversity in New Music that hopefully will generate some things we can do to add more experiences to our collective voice. Hosted by @gahlord.

8/23: Identity in New Music

We use music, specifically new music, to shape our individual identities and help us belong to a communal identity. This week’s conversation revolves around that topic in concept, practice, and development. Hosted by @mezzoihnen.