Thursday Aug 10, 2023

Sarah Kirkland Snider: Craft, Sincerity, and Gender Perceptions in Classical Music

Sarah Kirkland Snider joins Jocelyn on the inaugural episode of the Compose Like a Girl Podcast to talk about craft, sincerity, and gender perceptions in classical music. Hear the full, unedited conversation by becoming a Patreon subscriber. 

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References/For More Information:

Sarah Kirkland Snider 



Mass for the Endangered 

Unremembered - 


New Amsterdam Records (Judd Greenstein and Bill Brittelle) - 

Cantaloupe Music - 

Yale University - 

St. Olaf College - Anton Armstrong - 

Trinity Wall Street - 

Fargo-Moorhead Symphony - 

Kansas City Lyric Opera - 

Gallicantus, conducted by Gabriel Crouch- 

Annie Rosen - 

Nathaniel Bellows - 

David Lang - 

Shara Nova - 

My Brightest Diamond (Shara Nova) - 

Ethel Smyth - 

Deborah Johnson, also known as Candy Stations - 


Candy Floss article - New Music Box: 

Article on Jeanine Tesori and Missy Mazzoli at The Metropolitan Opera: 

NY times article on works by women being performed more: 

Mass for the Endangered Q&A:  

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