A New Summer Program in Philly Focuses on Teenage Girls Learning the Art of Classical Composition

    A group of high school girls are spending two weeks this July on the Temple University campus, immersing themselves in the world of music composition. They’re taking classes in music theory, ear training, and composition of orchestral scores and songs, using electronic as well as acoustic music.

    It’s the first Young Women Composers Camp—a concentrated effort to encourage more women composers to enter a field dominated by men.

    Read Full Article>>

    Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.