April 9 - April 10, 2021; Virtual event at 1:00pm (EDT) Friday and 9:00am (EDT) Saturday
Unsung Stories: Women at Columbia's Computer Music Center is a first step focusing on the legacy of women who have studied and worked at the renowned Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center (renamed the Computer Music Center in 1996). The project includes three parts: a two-day symposium (April 9-10, 2021), a podcast series, and a concert in Fall 2021.
Unsung Stories highlights the work of women, including the work of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ composers and musicians at the Center, examining how institutional networks and intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, national origin, and other identifications impacted the daily work, modes of interaction, and visibility of women composers at the CPEMC/CMC historically and in the field more broadly. It features panels and roundtables with over thirty composers/sound artists, and scholars who will discuss the lineage, musical excellence, experience, and visibility of the diverse women who have worked at the Center from the 1950s to its recent history.
Norma Beecroft, Eve Beglarian, Hannah Bosma, Kitty Brazelton, Courtney Bryan, Kamari Carter, Seth Cluett, Brigid Cohen, Cathy Cox, Teresa Díaz de Cossio, Zosha Di Castri, Natacha Diels, Brad Garton, Bob Gluck, Mara Helmuth, Ellie M. Hisama, Yvette Janine Jackson, Miki Kaneda, Roshanak Kheshti, Judy Klein, Yuriko Hase Kojima, Sky Macklay, Miya Masaoka, Joyce Solomon Moorman, Frances Morgan, Matthew D. Morrison, Katharina Rosenberger, Daria Semegen, Alice Shields, Pril Smiley, Ebonie Smith, Danielle Sholmit Sofer, Laurie Spiegel, Michael Sy Uy, Asha Tamirisa, Sondra Woodruff, Nina Young
The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities
The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
The Center for Science and Society
The Committee on Equity and Diversity
The Department of Music
The Fritz Reiner Center for Contemporary Music
The Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality
The Computer Music Center
The Sound Art Program
Barnard Center for Research on Women