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In recognition of the traditional underrepresentation of women in the fields of music composition and poetry, female-identifying artists will work from the theme Voices to the Voiceless, producing original writing to be set to music and then performed both aurally and visually at an event on April 7, 2019 at the First Methodist Church onUniversity Blvd. Subject matters range from motherhood and family heritage to being a woman intoday’s society. The concert will feature new works commissioned especially for the project.The AWC views not only the inaugural concert, but the process of creation leading to the Voices to theVoiceless performance, as positive modeling of what is possible for other artists at ASU and beyond: in response to limited visibility of women in specific areas of the arts, visibility is being created through methods that support both community and professional growth.

'Voices for the Voiceless' Program: Welcome
'Voices for the Voiceless' Program: Blog2

El Camino

Maritza N. Estrada is an MFA candidate in Poetry at Arizona State University, an associate editor at Hayden's Ferry Review, and holds a...

To Nachuma

PROGRAM NOTES: “To Nachuma” began with Stephanie Sadownik’s family history journey in Poland last summer at a time when Kalani Pickhart...


Program Notes: The Meadowlark Kristen La-Rue Sandler As a diverse group of busy women, at first we weren’t quite sure what story we...

Atypical Chronicles

Program Notes Program Notes by Melanie Holm: Atypical Chronicles is a collaborative composition of music, vocals, video, and the spoken...


Moonset No one cried when the lesser light died We did not sound the trumpets at your passing We just arose as on a thousand other days...

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