The Central Connecticut State University music department presents a varied program of music celebrating women composers of the 20th century, performed by CCSU faculty. Additionally, festival guest composer Dr. Hilary Tann will be present to discuss her music.
The CCSU Music Forum takes place Thursday, March 7, at 3:00PM, at Founders Hall on the CCSU Campus. Admission is free but seating is limited.
Co-sponsored by the Central Connecticut State University Music Department.
Trio in E Minor, op. 45 - Louise Farrenc
Voces de mi Tierra (Voices of my homeland) - Elisenda Fábregas
The Gardens of Anna Maria Luisa de Medici - Hilary Tann
When: Thursday, March 7th, 3:00PM
Where: Welte Hall
Central Connecticut State University
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06053
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Women Composers Festival of Hartford
The Women Composers Festival of Hartford has, for the last sixteen years, provided an educational and entertaining platform for the promotion of women's music. Recognized for its advocacy and artistry by institutions such as the Greater Hartford Arts Council, the Amphion Foundation, New Music USA, Meet the Composer, the International Alliance for Women in Music, and the Women’s Education and Leadership Fund, the festival's goals include offering a rich alternative to mainstream classical music programming through the performance and discussion of new and historical music by women composers.
The festival calendar, concert details, and all programming specifics are available online at www.womencomposersfestivalhartford.com. For more information email womencomposersfestivalhartford at gmail dot com. The Women Composers Festival of Hartford is a non-profit public charity. All donations are tax-deductible.