Feminine Fusion

November 5, 2017: Women Inspiring Women, Part II

Antonio Franchi's Personification of Music, St. Cecilia

Antonio Franchi’s Personification of Music, St. Cecilia


“Let’s not judge.  Let’s draw inspiration from each other’s stories – successes and failures – and realize we’re all connected.” – Cory Booker


On this episode, it’s another look at women who inspire other women.  Composers, performers, teachers – inspiration comes from many different sources, and manifests in a variety of ways.


“Women Inspiring Women, Part II”

Judith Shatin:  The Passion of St. Cecilia
Gayle Martin Henry, piano
Moravian Phliharmonic; Joel Suben, conductor
“Piping the Earth”
Ravello Records 7825

Joan Tower:  Rising
Carol Wincenc, flute
Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival
“American Flute Quintets”
Bridge 9373

Anthony Plog:  Sonata for Tuba and Piano
Velvet Brown, tuba; Margaret McDonald, piano
“Simply Velvet”
Potenza Music 1019



Run time:  58:37

Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music. Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire. Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.

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