Performance Grants Available for Ensembles Programming Orchestral Works by Women

In an effort to support and promote performances of orchestral works by historical and contemporary women composers, like the Ruth Lomon orchestration of Rebecca Clarke’s Viola Sonata, Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy is offering Performance Grants again this year! Apply by Oct. 14.
Press-release: http://www.wophil.org/press-release-re-performance-grants-2016/
Grants page — http://www.wophil.org/grants/

Awards of $500 to $1000 available to all U.S. orchestras. The goal of these grants is to influence future programming; thus funding awarded in the Fall 2016 cycle must be utilized in the 2017 and/or 2018 calendar years.

Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy is a non-profit organization founded to continue the legacy of The Women’s Philharmonic (1980-2004). Committed to honoring and advocating for the work of historic and contemporary women composers, our Performance Grants are central to our mission. We promote the performance of unjustly neglected music and encourage orchestras to engage in adventurous and inclusive programming.

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German Concert Entitled “Tiger, Tiger” Will Include Three Songs By Rebecca Clarke!

Join Barbara Hesse-Bachmaier (mezzo-soprano), Sylvia Hewig-Tröscher (piano) and Susanne Weinhöppel (harp) for an evening of chamber music for voice, piano and harp on romantic, religious and mystical themes. The concert will include three songs by Rebecca Clarke – “Weep You No More, Sad Fountains,” “The Cherry-Blossom Wand” and “Tiger, Tiger” as well as works by Robert Delanoff, Violeta Dinescu, Max Beckschäfer, Stanislav Rosenberg, Dorothea Hofmann and others.

The event will take place on October 8, 2016 at 19:30 in the small concert hall in Gasteig in Munich, Germany (Rosenheimer Str. 5, 81667 München, DE). Tickets are € 11. For more information, please click here.

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