One Hundred Years of Great Women Classical Artists (Remote)

Eric Kisch
Instructor of Lifelong Learning
Mondays, March 1-April 12 (no class March 29)
1:30-3 p.m. ET

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, this course is a timely tribute to the contribution women artists have made to great music. Featuring trail-blazing artists of the past and present, each week will highlight women keyboard artists, violinists, and virtuosa on other instruments, as well as great women singers, composers, and conductors. While the rise of women conductors to prominence is relatively recent, note that the first Western composer was the Abbess Hildegarde of Bingen, whose life spanned the 12th century! It is suggested that you join this lecture on a device that has good sound quality.

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