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Women Composers & Song – St Hilda’s College, Oxford, 17 November 6.30 pm

Gabriella Di Laccio and Richard Leach will be celebrating the work of Madeleine Dring, along with music by Anna Appleby, Amy Beach, Elizabeth Maconchy, Florence Price and Pauline Viardot.

Pre-concert discussion will be led by discussion Professor Anne Laure Humbert, the Director of the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice at Oxford Brookes and the panel will include Gabriella Di Laccio and composers Anna Appleby and Dominique Le Gendre.

Friday, 17 November 2023 – 6:30pm

£20 regular / £5 students

Gabriella Di Laccio, Soprano
Richard Leach, Piano

18:30-19:15 panel discussion
19:30-20:30 concert (no interval)

Flowers of the Seasons: Politics, Power & Poverty – 27 October, 7pm, Conway Hall, London

Join Frances M Lynch and Electric Voice Theatre, with Oskar Jensen, BBC New Generation Thinker and music historian for an informal evening of songs, poetry and story-telling at Conway Hall’s historic Library, celebrating the music of Eliza Flower (1803–1846). This is a unique opportunity to be among the first people to hear her work performed for at least 100 years. The performance will be accompanied by a display of rarely seen archival materials from Conway Hall.

This event will be BSL interpreted. A touch tour is available prior to the event to compliment the Integrated Audio Description.

Friday 27th October 2023 · 7:00pm


25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL

Tickets:  £10 / Concession £7

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JAM Call for Music 2023

WiM would like to remind composers about JAM’s 2023 call for music.

JAM write ‘The Call is open to all composers across the UK to submit scores for choir, brass and organ or any combination of these forces for performance in London on 20th March 2024.  As well as driving their profile and networking with musicians, promoters and media, JAM will record the performance for the composers to use their piece for self-promotion.  On our website are inspirational bite-size tutorials, including by VOCES8, Onyx Brass and Francesca Massey on different aspects of composing for choir, brass and organ.  To date these have had 23,000 views.  Composers need to click on for full info, to submit and watch the videos.’

Submissions should reach JAM by Friday, 27 October 2023, 5pm.