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Women's Music Resources - Women in Music

  • 19th Century Women Composers and Musicians
    The guide is to aid those researching the role of women composers and musicians during the 19th century.
  • BBC Radio 3 - Celebrating Women Composers
    Explore and learn more about women composers and listen to hours of archive material.
  • Florence Beatrice Smith Price (1888-1953)
    Correspondence, musical scores, and other papers, 1906-1975 collection, University of Arkansas Libraries.
  • Bibliography of Sources Related to Women's Studies, Gender Studies, Feminism, and Music
    Society for Music Theory: Committee on the Status of Women.
    The Place For Emerging Women In Music.
  • Concert and Sacred Music by Women Composers
    The Arsis Press website : The Arsis Press publishs and promotes music by contemporary women composers.
    An educational electronic music magazine, audioproduction facility, and on line community for women of all ages who seek to pursue a career in music.
    Founded in early 1996, the organization works tirelessly to help artists through education, networking, and events like the GoGirlsMusicFest, Invasion of the GoGirls during SXSW, GoGirls @ Folk Alliance and more.
  • IAWM
    International Alliance for Women in Music. Builds awareness of women's contributions to musical life through its publications, website, international competitions, conferences and congresses, concert promotion, and presentation, and through its support of entrepreneurial and publishing activities, scholarly research and publications, broadcasts, educations initiatives, and advocacy work.
  • Institute for Musical Arts
    A non-profit teaching, performing, and recording facility dedicated to supporting women in music and its related business.
  • International Women's Brass Conference
    Exists to provide opportunities that will educate, support, develop, and inspire all women brass players who wish to pursue professional careers in music. Membership is open to all women and men who would like to support this effort.
  • Ladyslipper Music
    Ladyslipper is a North Carolina non-profit, tax-exempt organization which has been involved in many facets of women's music since 1976. Their basic purpose has consistently been to heighten public awareness of the achievements of women artists and musicians, and to expand the scope and availability of musical and literary recordings by women.
  • Leonarda Productions
    Has classical, Medieval and Contemporary Recordings, Books, Music, Posters of and by women composers.
  • The Maud Powell Society for Music and Education
    Dedicated to preserving the legacy of American violinist Maud Powell (1867-1920) and furthering her musical ideals by encouraging young people to cultivate music. The Society is a resource on American and British classical music history and the significant contributions women have made to music throughout the ages. This site offers information about Maud Powell and the Society's programs, publications and events including its magazine on women in classical music.
  • Timelines in music history: Women in music
    Oxford Music Online.
  • Musik von Komponistinnen (Music by Women Composers)
    Information (biographies, lists of compositions, photos) on around 150 women composers published by Furore publishing house.
  • New York Women Composers, Inc.
    A New York not-for-profit corporation controlled by its members, all of whom are women composers of serious concert music or are women in musical occupations who support the composers in their efforts to be recognized.
  • Women Composers
    Database created by Kapralova Society of women composers of classical music whose works have been released on compact disc, with link to online resources when it exists.
  • Women Composers: From the Middle Ages to the Present
  • Women Composers in Oxford Music Online
  • Women in Jazz
    Created by Pamela and Kevin Hart of HartBeat Productions to provide performance opportunities and experiences for amateur and professional vocalists in the Austin, Texas metropolitan area.
  • Women in Music with Laney Goodman
    A weekly, one-hour radio series with an eclectic mix of excellent female artists from around the world. Nationally syndicated since 1996, Women in Music is heard on 80+ national public radio markets each week.
  • Women In the Arts
    The purpose of Women In the Arts, Inc. (WIA) is to produce and sponsor programs that promote and affirm the creative talents and technical skills of women in the visual, performing, and fine arts. The primary vehicle to meet this purpose is the production of the National Women's Music Festival. In producing this and other arts programs, WIA strives to facilitate the growth, knowledge, and empowerment of women in the other varied aspects of their lives.
  • Women's Rising
    A web site for any woman involved in the indie music business in any way. They provide CD reviews, feature stories, networking, member listings, airplay, and support.