You know when you meet someone/ hear something / see something that genuinely excites you and you just want to share it with the world? Well, this is how Women Write Now came about.… Read More If not now, when?
…as we lead up to our International Women’s Day (IWD) concert on Friday the 6th of March, our Women Write Now interview blog will be featuring interviews with some of the composers whose works have been programmed. First up we have the Münich-based composer, Sophia Jani, whose work ‘everybody was so young’ is receiving an Australian premiere in our upcoming concert.… Read More #IWD: in conversation with Sophia Jani
Our featured artist for this Women Write Now interview is the tremendously multi-talented and driven-dreamer, Chloe Chung. We had the honour to ask Chloe about her creative practice, identities and her very special project What I Know About Love with the Dreambox Collective. … Read More in conversation with Chloe Chung from the Dreambox collective
For our first December interview we got to ask some questions to a very vibrant artist who lives and creates in London– Emily Shapiro. Originally from Canada, Emily has asserted herself as a stellar clarinettist (with a special love for the bass clarinet), composer and improviser in the London music scene. … Read More in conversation with Emily Shapiro
Our artist in spotlight for this Women Write Now interview is the multi-faceted and project-powerhouse, Eunbi Kim. Based in New York city, Eunbi holds a brilliant reputation as a pianist, creator, speaker, arts advocate, commissioner and producer. As a tireless pioneer of creating new work, Eunbi regularly collaborates with living composers and has since become… Read More in conversation with Eunbi Kim
Damkapellet is an ensemble consisting of twenty members sprawled across Scandinavia who collectively champion the music of women, sharing music that enters the ears, minds and hearts of the community. … Read More in conversation with Damkapellet