Women Warriors: The Voices of Change is an original live to picture symphony production, created by a team of celebrated film composers and conductor/producer Amy Andersson. This riveting and emotional 80 minute film concert was premiered at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on September 20th, 2019 to a sold out audience. This non-profit educational production, which celebrates the achievements of female activists over the last 800 years, is now available for domestic and international symphony and university orchestra bookings for 2020 and beyond.
Performing Women Warriors: The Voices of Change with your symphony orchestra will educate audiences of all ages, promote inclusion and diversity in music programming and fulfill the need for orchestra programming to be socially and culturally relevant. Women Warriors: The Voices of Change engages audiences with emotional, panoramic orchestral music and riveting visual footage that inspires audiences to be the change that they want to see in the world.
Women Warriors:The Voices of Change will collaborate with university and conservatory music programs in a mini residency program over the course of several days. During this mini residency our team of composers, schedule permitting, are available for instructional, hands-on masterclasses with composition students in film, concert and media scoring programs. Ms. Andersson is available for conducting masterclasses at all levels, and will prepare and conduct the university orchestra in a performance of this production. A multidisciplinary panel discussion in partnership with departments such as Women’s Studies, Film and Music, among others, can also facilitate a deeper exploration of women’s rights and the historical struggle for equality.
To book this concert production with your orchestra or organization, please contact email@example.com. Rider available upon request.
Women Warriors:The Voices of Change is a non profit production that was created with the financial support of Music Resonates, Inc. 501(c)3, which promotes women composers and socially and culturally relevant programs and concerts.
The Society of Composers & Lyricists in New York partnered with the Alliance for Women Film Composers and New York University to offer an exclusive panel highlighting seven women composers.