What You'll Get
By 2016, there's no doubt as to who runs the world -- girls, clearly. Mount Holyoke Club of Washington, DC knows that better than anyone. Now, they're shining a spotlight on women composers with the exciting and all-female program Celebrating the Music of Women Composers. Performed by the Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra, the college's principal undergraduate classical music instrumental ensemble, the program will feature Roxanna Panufnik's violin concerto Abraham, a new commission from Tawnie Olsen and Mary D.Watkins' Dark River, an opera follows the life of Civil Rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer, who is best remembered for her words "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired." Enjoy the musical evening at the Church of the Epiphany.
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