Women Who Score
Film music moves us to feel, to believe, to fear, to lust, to wonder.
Enter the world of Women Who Score, an evening-length performance of great music for film, tv, & video games written by 20 of the top female composers in Hollywood.
Be a part of celebrating inclusion, bursting the glass ceiling for women composers.
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Areas of Representation: Worldwide
Film music moves us to feel, to believe, to fear, to lust, to wonder. Enter the world of Women Who Score, an evening-length performance of great music for film, TV, & video games written by 20 of the top female composers in Hollywood.
In 2016, Grand Performances (Los Angeles) teamed up with The Alliance for Women Film Composers to celebrate the music of Hollywoods great women composers. A 55-piece orchestra and a 30-voice chorus were joined by some of the industry’s most prolific songwriters and performers for a mind-blowing concert featuring the music of 20 of Hollywood’s top women composers.
This project is now available on tour, presenting an evening-length multimedia event featuring your orchestra (and chorus TBD). Selected composers will perform and accompany the performance. They will also be available to your community for pre-concert lectures and master classes. Projections of film, TV, and video game clips, will all be perfectly synchronized to the orchestra.
Performers may include:
8-time Academy Award nominated songwriter Diane Warren (the documentary The Hunting Ground)
America’s Got Talent contestant beatboxer/singer/pianist Butterscotch
Emmy Award-winning composer Lolita Ritmanis (Justice League)
Composer and vocalist Kathryn Bostic (Dear White People)
Violinis/Vocalist/Composer Lili Haydn (Anita)
4-time Emmy Award-winning composer Laura Karpman (Underground)
Composer Miriam Cutler (The Hunting Ground; Ethyl)
Be a part of celebrating inclusion, bursting the glass ceiling for women composers, and introduce your audience to great music and musicians through cinematic storytelling.
- DakhaBrakha featured on PRI’s “The World” Marco Werman and Allison Herrera recently discussed a DakhaBrakha concert at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis on their summer tour of the USA.
“When you go to hear the Ukrainian band, DakhaBrakha, the first thing you notice is their outfits.
The group’s three female vocalists, Iryna Kovalenko, Olena Tsybulska and Nina Garanetska, wear towering hats made of black lamb’s ...
- Songlines Music Awards 2018 Nominees! Congratulations to two Riot Artists performers who have each been nominated in multiple categories for the Songlines Music Awards 2018!
Oumou Sangaré: Best Artist; and Africa & Middle East
Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino: Best Group; and Europe
We wish them luck in the awards ceremony in October!
- Paul Krugman; DakhaBrakha in Kiev
Friday Night Music: Dakhabrakha in Kyiv
New York Times
September 15, 2017 12:22 pm
Since that’s where I am at the moment. It is, by the way, a surprisingly handsome city. Just looking at the city center you’d have no idea how much stress Ukraine is under.
For those who haven’t seen previous clips, no, they aren’t doing ...
- Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares included in NPR’s “The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women” NPR has created “a list of the greatest albums made by women between 1964 and the present, as an intervention, a remedy, a correction of the historical record and hopefully the start of a new conversation. Compiled by nearly 50 women from across NPR and the public radio system and produced in partnership with Lincoln ...
Variety link : “Short Documentary Highlights Lack of Female Composers in Movies and TV”
“The performance was magical. The audience loved the music and the composers were thrilled to be recognized for their contributions to the entertainment industry like never before. The range of styles wowed the audience as they heard music from action films ( “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” with music by Shirley Walker), historic t.v. dramas (“Underground” with music and lyrics by Laura Karpman and Raphael Saadiq) and more!”
“I was approached by one of the composers after the performance. She said she wanted to thank me for bringing the program to our series and that she had been in the industry for 30 years but tonight was the first time she ever heard her music being performed before a live audience. That comment added to the importance of the evening for me and has sent tingles down the spines of many who heard it from me.”
— Michael Alexander, Executive Director, Grand Performances, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Women Who Score – Rider 2017: (pdf) – coming soon
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