tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:/posts Women in Music UK Blog 2019-05-22T21:59:11Z WiM tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1411978 2019-05-22T21:59:11Z 2019-05-22T21:59:11Z Tailleferre Ensemble, Friday 24 May at 1.05 pm, Music-at-Hill, St Giles-in-the-Fields Church, London

'The Tailleferre Ensemble is a new chamber collective of female musicians with two principle aims: to promote women in music and to provide a malleable chamber ensemble that can perform works for varied instrumentation, from wind trios to string octets, and varied genre. We will also aim to highlight chamber works by female composers and to commission new works.

Our first set of recitals is for wind trio and quartet, and will feature Emma Halnan on flute, Rebecca Etheridge on bassoon, and Penny Smith and myself on oboe. We are all experienced solo and chamber musicians, with ample biographies as individuals.'

St Giles-in-the-Fields Church,
60 St Giles High Street, London WC2H 8LG (nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road)

Shin-Itchiro Yokoyama - 'Souvenir de Caen'  

Joseph Haydn - 'London Trio no. 1'   i Allegro Moderato ii Andante iii Vivave

Melchior Hoffmann - 'Trio sonata in G minor'   i Adagio ii Allegro iii Adagio iv Vivave

Julius Rontegen - 'Trio for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon' i Allegretto con spirito ii Poco andante, quasi una fantasia iii Allegretto

Bill Douglas - '3 Lyrical Pieces' i Wings of the Wind ii The Hills of Glencar iii Autumn Song


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1409572 2019-05-16T22:11:09Z 2019-05-16T22:11:09Z Sounds, Silences and Suggestions, Contakt Ensemble, 7.30 pm, Saturday 18 May, Warwick Square, London

Sounds, Silences and Suggestions

A concert of partly improvised music

7.30 pm on 18 May at St Gabriel’s Church, Warwick Square, London SW1V 2AD

Tickets on the door:  £10 / £7 concessions

Featuring Deborah Edwards (piano), Sally Davies (violin, voice), Kerry Andrews (cello), Derek Foster (piano), Jerry Wigens (clarinet), Assaf Fleischman (piano) and Gordon Edwards (tablas)

Performing music by Cornelius Cardew, Earle Brown, Deborah Edwards, Kerry Andrews and Derek Foster

Three improvisations by Deborah Edwards, Sally Davies, Jerry Wigens, Assaf Fleischmann and Gordon Edwards


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1404160 2019-05-01T20:37:31Z 2019-05-01T21:11:37Z Women In Music BBC Proms Survey 2019 - the substantially better figures of last year maintained


For some years Women in Music (UK) has been doing a survey of the numbers of women represented in the BBC PROMS season.  The Proms is the largest classical music festival in the world. This year there are 58 main evening orchestral concerts, as well as chamber music concerts, daytime events and late-night concerts. The audiences in the Royal Albert Hall are of many thousands, and all the concerts are broadcast, many on television.

The figures for women in the 2019 BBC Proms season are:

Composers:                    29/160  (18%)              [Last year was 21/133]

Living composers:         20/59    (33%)             [Last year was 17/43]

BBC Commissions

(or co-commissions):     5/15      (33%)              [Last year was 12/19]

Conductors:                    7/60      (11%)               [Last year was 4/58]

As for last year I have made a new category for the number of living composers whose works are substantial (more than 15 mins) and are featured in main evening concerts. This is because many of the new commissions are for short pieces in chamber concerts or “family” concerts.

Substantial works by living composers: 2/9  (22%)                    [last year was 5/14] (36%)

The women composers are: Lera Auerbach, Grazyna Bacewicz, Sally Beamish, Zosha Di Castri, Sofia Gubaidulina, Fanny Hensel, Hildegard of Bingen, Dorothy Howell, Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Joanna Lee, Mica Levi, Elizabeth Maconchy, Thea Musgrave, Laura Mvula, Carly Paradis, Ailie Robertson, Iris ter Schiphorst, Clara Schumann, Maddelena Laura Sirmen, Alexia Sloane, Linda Catlin Smith, Barbara Strozzi, Dobrinka Tabakova, Outi Tarkiainen, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Freya Waley-Cohen, Errollyn Wallen, Judith Weir, Stevie Wishart. (and Alissa Firsova,  no details given)

The conductors are: Karina Caneliakis, Elim Chan, Jessica Cottis, Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla, Sofi Jeannin, Dalia Stasevska, Nathalie Stutzmann.

To analyse the results:  These figures maintain the substantially better figures of last year. Rather fewer composers but more women conductors (reflecting the fact that there are more women conductors making their mark in the world generally). It seems that the marked improvement of the figures last year is set to continue. The BBC Proms season has always reflected, or been better than, the proportion of women composers and conductors in other concert series around the world. Now we need to look at what is happening elsewhere.

Jenny Fowler

NOTE: To maintain consistency with past years, I take my figures from the BBC booklet, rather than the website, which may be slightly different.

Anyone is welcome to quote these statistics, but please mention the source. The figures for past Proms seasons are also available on the Women in Music (UK) website: http://www.womeninmusic.org.uk/

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1402656 2019-04-27T19:23:21Z 2019-04-27T19:23:22Z Jessica Duchen's Curveball - looking at the slow progress of change for female and BAME composers

In her blog Jessica Duchen looks at the representation of female composers at the BBC Proms 2019 and delves more deeply into the underrepresentation of female and BAME composers in today's classical concerts.


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1401204 2019-04-23T17:53:18Z 2019-04-23T17:53:18Z Classic FM Hall of Fame 2019 - where are all the women?

Classic FM Hall of Fame 2019 results are in and 1/300 pieces are composed by a woman. Is the poll really listeners' choice or do the station directly influence the results?

Elizabeth de Brito explores these questions in her blog


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1397426 2019-04-12T20:44:08Z 2019-04-12T20:44:08Z New episode from gender equal radio show The Daffodil Perspective

This week on The Daffodil Perspective:

Composer of the week: Cheryl Frances-Hoad

Album of the week: Clarinet Repertoire of Women Composers

Contemporary Corner: Rachel Lee Guthrie


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1392064 2019-03-31T13:34:35Z 2019-03-31T13:34:36Z Natalie Murray Beale conducts 'A Sheen of Dew on Flowers' by Joby Talbot, Britten Sinfonia, 11 April, Barbican

'Celebrating the bi-centenary of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s birth, Britten Sinfonia and Independent Opera present the first public performance of Joby Talbot’s new cantata, A Sheen of Dew on Flowers. For this major new commission from Independent Opera, Talbot sets rare and sensual poetry from across several different millennia. A radiant and lyric score, inspired by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s devoted partnership, brings to life the story of one of the greatest marriages in history whilst reflecting on the tender themes of love and loss.'




Pre-concert talk with Classic FM’s Anne-Marie Minhall
Anne-Marie Minhall interviews Joby Talbot, Natalie Murray Beale and curator at Historic Royal Palaces Matthew Storey about the music.

Natalie Murray Beale

Tobias Greenhalgh

Kelley O'Connor

Britten Sinfonia Voices
Eamonn Dougan 
Britten Sinfonia Voices Director

Germán Clavijo
assistant conductor
tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1390835 2019-03-27T20:07:07Z 2019-03-27T20:07:07Z New episode from gender equal radio show The Daffodil Perspective

This week on The Daffodil Perspective:

Composer Of The Week – Henriette Renie

Exploring her life and work along with friends Pierne and Grandjany.

Fun With Florence

1st in a new monthly segment celebrating the life, work and legacy of Florence Price. This week featuring a very special recording by Samantha Ege.

Contemporary Corner

This week showcasing brand new song cycle Cracked Voices by Jenni Pinnock.


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1387833 2019-03-20T06:32:17Z 2019-03-20T06:32:17Z The Daffodil Perspective 19th March 2019

The radio show championing gender equality is back with a great show featuring Elizabeth Maconchy as composer of the week along with friends Britten and Tippett.

Starting this week Contemporary Corner has a new monthly residency with PARMA Recordings. Each 3rd week of the month showcasing a piece from one of their fantastic single composer releases on the Navona imprint. This week I've got an epic song cycle from Australian composer Margaret Brandman.

Album of the week is a brilliant collection of contemporary trombone music from musician Natalie Mannix, plus music from Bartok, Einaudi and film scores from Rachel Portman and Patrick Doyle.


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1387666 2019-03-19T22:12:58Z 2019-03-19T22:12:58Z Anthology of Sacred Music by Women Composers seeking sponsors

Multitude of Voyces, an organisation which brings music to underrepresented and marginalised communities, has compiled an Anthology of Sacred Music by Women, and is now seeking sponsors to help them to fund publication.

Directors Louise Stewart and Olivia Sparkhall have sought out old and new works for the Anglican liturgy written by women. Liturgical music written by women has been overlooked, “silenced by the historical norms of their times" as Stewart puts it, and the changing roles of women in the modern Anglican Church have not included a move to encourage music by women.

Here is an article that was published in the Church Times last year


There is more information on their website here


And if you would like to support this project you can contact them here


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1386849 2019-03-17T22:00:10Z 2019-03-17T22:00:10Z Celebrating Women’s Contribution to Improvised Music - London New Wind Festival at Iklectik Art Lab, London, 26 March

International Women’s Day

Celebrating Women’s Contribution to Improvised Music

Tuesday March 26  doors 7pm – start 7.30pm | Tickets £8/£5 cons.  at the door

Performers Include:

Catherine Pluygers    Oboes

Sue Lynch                    Saxophones

Sue Ferrar                   Violin

Sylvia Hallett              Bowed Bicycle Wheel

Adrian Northover      Electronics

Neil Metcalfe               Flutes

Livia Garcia                 Artwork

Martin Harrison         Artwork

Featured image:  The Silent Improviser VII  by Livia Garcia 2018

Further Information



tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1386842 2019-03-17T21:54:41Z 2019-03-18T15:02:16Z Janet Beat becomes first recipient of the Scottish Women Inventing Music (SWIM) Lifetime Achievement Award

Composer Janet Beat is the first recipient of the Scottish Women Inventing Music (SWIM) Lifetime Achievement Award. SWIM is a new collective of music creators and industry professionals who identify as female, and was launched on International Women's Day, 8 March 2019.


More information about SWIM here


More about Janet Beat here https://britishmusiccollection.org.uk/composer/janet-beat

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1386659 2019-03-17T12:04:24Z 2019-03-17T12:04:24Z Lovely review of WiM member Sara Minelli's recent release

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1386655 2019-03-17T11:53:41Z 2019-03-17T11:53:41Z Shingai embarks on a new solo career with a wonderful release and an interview in The Outerglobe

You will know Shingai Shiniwa .... the charismatic and bold lead singer and bassist from The Noisettes who were huge in the 90s and brought an African sensibility into punk.  Now having taken her time Shingai launches her solo career with music that goes right back to her Zimbabwean roots in a different way starting with her wonderful single 'Coming Home' which is a tribute to her uncle Thomas Mapfumo with shades  of his globally renowned track Shumba .

Shingai joined Debbie Golt, Women in Music chair, in her weekly show The Outerglobe on Resonance 104.4fm/ DB Londonwide and www.resonancefm.com  worldwide to  talk about her music and her new direction . Here's the show  link www.mixcloud.com/resonance/the-outerglobe-7th-march-2019

You can watch the video for the single 'Coming Home' from the  EP 'Ancient Futures'  here: and get tickets for her upcoming show at the Jazz Cafe London here


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1386651 2019-03-17T11:37:01Z 2019-03-17T11:37:39Z Musicians Union's Womens Conference in Manchester on March 28th

Good news there is the Musicians Union Women in Music Conference in Manchester on March 28th 2019 with a whole host of speakers and practical workshops on getting your music out there and sustaining income streams as well as plugging the gender gap and lots of networking opportunities. You don't even have to be a member and it is FREE

It's interesting how the title Women in Music that we pioneered back in 1987 has become a mainstream concept! Our work is far from done, however that is a welcome sign of the times.  If you get the opportunity do mention that you heard about it from Women in Music the original organisation itself!


Calling all women* looking for inspiration, advice and skills to advance your career, change direction or strike out on your own.

Join the Musicians’ Union (MU) team, plus a powerhouse line up of musicians, entrepreneurs, career coaches and inspiring women who are changing the future of the music industry.

Enjoy a day of game-changing talks, workshops and insider advice, all packed into one bespoke event designed to arm you with the skills, tools and motivation to achieve your potential and take your career to the next level.

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1383806 2019-03-10T11:26:06Z 2019-03-10T11:26:29Z The Daffodil Perspective Blog: Gender equality is for life, not just International Women's Day

This week The Daffodil Perspective explores the meaning of International Women's Day.

Does it drive towards a more gender balanced world?

Or has the work been corrupted to create more imbalance and more inequality?


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1381858 2019-03-05T19:51:22Z 2019-03-05T19:57:45Z Donne: Women in Music showcase concert 7 March, 7pm, London

This is a CD-release concert of works by women composers from Donne: Women in Music, at St Gabriel's Church, Warwick Square, London at 7 pm on Thursday 7 March.


7pm - Pre-concert talk
With all recording artists as well as soprano Gabriella Di Laccio - Founder & Curator of Donne - Women in Music  

7.30 – CONCERT 
Presenting repertoire from both CDs: 

19th Century solo guitar works by women composers
Works by Emilia Giuliani, Athenaïs Paulian and Catharina Pratten
JAMES AKERS - Romantic Guitars

Women composers from Brazil & Italy  

Special Guests Performers:
Presenting songs by Avril Coleridge-Taylor and Clara Kathleen Rodgers

More details here


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1375983 2019-02-19T19:44:33Z 2019-02-19T19:44:33Z The Daffodil Perspective 19th February 2019

What's on the show this week? Well..

1. Very excited to feature Arlene Sierra on the show this week, exploring her 20 years of composition along with contemporaries Kenneth Hesketh and Gordon Beeferman. 

2. I'm showcasing a piece by British composer Lucy Hollingworth in Contemporary Corner.

3. My album of the week from EntArteOpera features some gorgeous early 20th century composers ostracised by the Nazi party and almost forgotten until now, including Vitezslava Kapralova, Henriette Bosmans and Vally Weigl.

4. All this plus music from Beethoven and Holst. It's going to be lots of fun, available to stream online now!


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1372913 2019-02-11T15:50:07Z 2019-02-11T15:50:07Z The Daffodil Perspective Blog: What's The Point? A brief look at one of the problems faced to get women composers noticed.

The Daffodil Perspective's latest blog post highlighting one of the problems faced in getting women composers noticed. It examines the gatekeepers on music websites choosing the 'most interesting' new releases to talk about to consumers and how it affects the music industry.


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1372310 2019-02-09T22:45:07Z 2019-02-09T22:45:07Z The Daffodil Perspective 5th February

The Daffodil Perspective is a weekly radio show championing female composers. Playing a mix of female composers alongside famous male composers to provide musical and historical context for their stories, in this way the show works to rewrite classical music history.

This week it's a jam packed show, exploring the life and work of Scandinavian romantic composer Amanda Maier with her friends Grieg and Brahms. I'm also thrilled to have music from two of my favourite trailblazing organisations this week. Firstly it's my monthly look at Illuminate Women's Music and secondly in my album of the week section I have music from label Drama Musica and their new album of guitar music, La Donne e La Chitarra. All this plus music from American composer Juliana Hall in Contemporary Corner and special surprises from Lutoslawski and Handel.


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1371658 2019-02-07T22:21:52Z 2019-02-07T22:21:52Z Scordatura Women's Music Collective concerts 2019

Here are upcoming concerts by Scordatura, programmes of brilliant music written by women, more details here https://www.scordaturawmc.com/concerts

Lea Barn Concerts

10/03/19, 4pm

Farrenc Clarinet Trio​

Lea Barn, Winter Hill, Cookham Dean, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 9TW

Wimpole Hall

11/03/19, 8pm

Chamber music for voice, clarinet and cello.​

Long Gallery, Wimpole Hall, Arrington, SG8 0BW

Fitzwilliam Concerts

05/05/19 1.15 pm

Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge,CB3 0DS

St Botolph's Lunchtime Concert

10/07/19 1.05 pm

St Botolph’s Church, Aldgate High Street, London, EC3N 1AB

Wensleydale Concert Series

19/10/19 7.30pm

Rebecca Clarke: Prelude, Allegro and Pastorale

Rebecca Clarke: Lullaby and Grotesque

Hildegard of Bingen: O Eterne Deus

Hilary Tann: Kilvert's Hills

Amy Bryce: The House That Man Built

Phyis Tate: Sonata for Clarinet and Cello

Cheltenham Contemporary Concerts

27/10/19 3pm

Rebecca Clarke - Prelude, Allegro and Pastorale

Helen Grime - Snow and Snow

Tania Leon - Arenas d'un Tiempo

Amy Bryce - The House that Man Built

Aylesbury Lunchtime Music

14/11/19 12.45pm

St Mary the Virgin, Church Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2JJ

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1371460 2019-02-07T14:20:04Z 2019-02-07T14:20:04Z Odaline de la Martinez to be interviewed in The Outerglobe on Resonance FM today repeat Tuesday

Odaline de la Martinez - aka Chachi - leading conductor and composer will  be interviewed today, February 7th, in The Outerglobe on Resonance 104.4fm /DAB London www.resonancefm.com between 6,30-7.30pm UK time (early in the programme actually)  . The show is presented and produced by Debbie Golt, Women in Music Chair. It's ostensibly to promote the London  Festival of American Music now in its 7th edition and also to celebrate Chachi's 70th ... a chat with Chachi is a must at any time and is especially relevant now.

The Outerglobe is repeated on Tuesday at 8am and will be archived in Mixcloud. 

This week is a crucial one for Resonance  FM as it is the annual mega fundraiser and the target is £100,000 to support a forced move as the site is being 'developed' soon. See fundraiser.resonance.fm for more details 

Here is more  info about the  festival again - see previous post!  Lontano’s Biennial Festival – created in 2006 – explores and celebrates the work of major American composers and reflects the variety of style that is so characteristic of contemporary American music today.

The festival programme was put together by Lontano’s Music Director Odaline de la Martinez, one of Britain’s most dynamic and gifted musicians and the first woman to conduct a complete BBC Prom at the Royal Albert Hall.

This year’s festival celebrates American Diversity featuring not only American Women Composers, but also American Composers of Colour. http://www.lontano.co.uk/ 

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1370016 2019-02-03T21:52:17Z 2019-02-03T21:52:17Z Seventh London Festival of American Music, 24 Feb to 2 March, London

Seventh London Festival of American Music

Lontano’s Biennial Festival – created in 2006 – explores and celebrates the work of major American composers and reflects the variety of style that is so characteristic of contemporary American music today.

The festival programme was put together by Lontano’s Music Director Odaline de la Martinez, one of Britain’s most dynamic and gifted musicians and the first woman to conduct a complete BBC Prom at the Royal Albert Hall.

This year’s festival celebrates American Diversity featuring not only American Women Composers, but also American Composers of Colour.

More details here: http://www.lontano.co.uk/

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1370012 2019-02-03T21:40:51Z 2019-02-03T21:40:51Z The School of Sound International Symposium, 24-27 April, London

24 – 27 April 2019
The Purcell Room, Southbank Centre

To all those working with sound, this unique forum offers an exceptional series of presentations on the creative use of sound in film, theatre, dance, television, radio, games and gallery installations. Rediscover what you love about working in sound.

Bursaries available

More details here


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1364939 2019-01-19T22:46:27Z 2019-01-19T22:46:27Z Rebecca Saunders wins Ernst von Siemens prize

Rhinegold Publishing write:

The 2019 international Ernst von Siemens prize has been awarded to British composer Rebecca Saunders.

The award is given for lifelong service to music and is accompanied by a prize of 250,000 euros.

Previous winners include Benjamin Britten, Olivier Messiaen, György Ligeti, Claudio Abbado, Sir Harrison Birtwistle, György Kurtág, Daniel Barenboim, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Mariss Jansons. Saunders is the first female composer to win the prize.

The presentation ceremony will be held on 7 June at the Prinzregententheater in Munich.

The Board of Trustees described Saunders’ work as leaving a ‘visible and meaningful mark on contemporary music history through its astonishingly nuanced attention to timbre, and her distinctive and intensely striking sonic language’.

Saunders has previously described her work as ‘an attempt to create and sculpt sounds drawn from beneath a surface of apparent silence.’

A ‘portrait’ concert celebrating her work is performed by Ensemble Modern and soprano Juliet Fraser at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 19 January 2019.


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1362688 2019-01-12T19:43:12Z 2019-01-12T19:43:13Z St Paul's Sinfonia, music by Errollyn Wallen and Hannah Kendall, Friday 18 January 7.30pm St Alfege Church Greenwich

St Paul's Sinfonia

Friday 18 January 7.30pm

St Alfege Church Greenwich

As regular audience members know, our January concert is traditionally given over to the virtuoso Sinfonia string section. We've got an ace first half for you, with works by Errollyn Wallen, Hannah Kendall and culminating in Malcolm Arnold's electrifying Symphony for Strings; and the second half contains just one work - the sublime classic that is Dvořák's Serenade for Strings. It's going to be a wonderful way to welcome in 2019 - it would be really lovely to see all of you there!


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1362687 2019-01-12T19:32:40Z 2019-01-12T19:32:40Z Composer Anna Appleby, world premiere tomorrow, Sunday, 11.30 am, RNCM, Manchester

Morning Recital: Harp Originals

Sunday 13 January 11.30am

Carole Nash Recital Room

Eira Lynn Jones, RNCM Harp students and guest artist Esther Swift (RNCM graduate, leader of the Clouds Harp Quartet and winner of the Irwin Mitchell Manchester Jazz Festival commission 2018) showcase innovative works for harp solo, duo and trio. Programme to include the world première of Knocking by Anna Appleby and works by Carlos Salzedo and Caroline Lizotte.

Tickets £7 [limited availability]

Please note that this event is not included in the Weekend or Day Ticket.

tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1356695 2018-12-24T17:14:07Z 2018-12-24T17:14:08Z Christmas music from The Daffodil Perspective

The first of two Winter Wonderland specials featuring carols, Christmas songs and general winter themed musical goodness. Music from the 12th Century to the 21st with Hildegard von Bingen, Bach, Sarah Rimkus, Tchaikovsky, Augusta Holmes, Holst, Fanny Hensel and lots more!


tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1354211 2018-12-17T11:21:42Z 2018-12-17T14:18:13Z Call for drummer
Please find my call-out video (with all details) at the following link (

JOIN ME ON STAGE! We are looking for a drummer -- Email us at info@julianayazbeck.com expressing your interest and telling us about yourself. 2019 will be the year of blessings on blessings on blessings. Love from your Sun Sister

Posted by ‎Juliana Yazbeck جوليانا يزبك‎ on Sunday, December 9, 2018

I am currently working with former 47Soul manager Fadi Haddadeen (cc'ed) towards a 2019 tour, and further plans.

All our gigs (excluding music expos) are well paid, averaging at £150 per London gig, and £200+ for gigs outside of London, with expenses covered on top. Occasional expenses-only music expo gigs (e.g. WOMEX) will only be booked upon mutual agreement of all band members + manager.

All my material is available here: www.julianayazbeck.com.
Juliana Yazbeck
tag:womeninmusicblog.org.uk,2013:Post/1351735 2018-12-09T15:27:35Z 2018-12-09T15:27:35Z Scordatura Women's Music Collective concert tomorrow, Monday 10 December, 1.05 pm, St Martin within Ludgate, London

Works by Poston, Tann, Hensel, Lili Boulanger and Musgrave.

Dec 10, 2018

1.05 pm

St Martin within Ludgate Lunchtime Concert

St Martin within Ludgate, 40 Ludgate Hill, London, EC4M 7DE​

Free Entry