Nadia Boulanger

‘A stronger presence of women composers on concert programmes and on the airwaves is well overdue’: Fourth Finding a Voice Festival to be Streamed Online in March
News
‘A stronger presence of women composers on concert programmes...
Seven concerts to take place during the festival featuring...
Feb 24, 2021
How Sounding the Feminists Put Music and Gender in the Spotlight
Opinion
How Sounding the Feminists Put Music and Gender in the Spotlight
In less than two years, the Sounding the Feminists movement...
Apr 11, 2019
More to Unite Than Divide
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More to Unite Than Divide
The latest concert in the Female Composers Series at the...
Jan 29, 2019
Against the Establishment
Opinion
Against the Establishment
The third concert in the Female Composers Series takes...
Jan 22, 2019
Representation of Women to Increase in New RIAM Season
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Representation of Women to Increase in New RIAM Season
Performance of first opera by a woman composer from 1625, a...
Sep 24, 2018
National Concert Hall Announces Female Composer Series
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National Concert Hall Announces Female Composer Series
Six concerts to be part of the NCH 2018 Chamber Music...
Aug 20, 2018
Music Books News (16 March)
News
Music Books News (16 March)
A round-up of new and recent music books news.
Mar 16, 2018
Sexism and the Leaving Cert. Music Syllabus
Opinion
Sexism and the Leaving Cert. Music Syllabus
The representation of women in the Leaving Certificate...
Aug 25, 2015
If You’re Not a Minimalist, What are You?
Opinion
If You’re Not a Minimalist, What are You?
Philip Glass' recently published memoir is a new lens...
Apr 21, 2015
Changes in Music Education in Ireland: Part 2
Opinion
Changes in Music Education in Ireland: Part 2
In the second part of her article, Ita Beausang charts the...
Jul 1, 2002
The Next Best Sound to Silence: The ECM Story
Opinion
The Next Best Sound to Silence: The ECM Story
For over 30 years the Munich based record label ECM have...
Nov 1, 2001