New Honorees & Composers with UN Decade of Women / University of Wolverhampton
Hear Her Song continues:
We are delighted to be continuing Hear Her Song this season, honoring extraordinary women leaders with newly-commissioned songs from female composers.
The project is expanding internationally, and TCP is excited to announce our first round of new honorees and composers, with theUniversity of Wolverhampton and United Nation's Decade of Women.
Through this joint partnership, we will be honoring Dame Colette Bowe, Ruth Davis, Elissa Harris, Kakenya Ntaiya, Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely, Janet Salazar, Shivika Sinha, Sakena Yacoobiand Malala Yousafzai, with newly-commissioned songs from Sheila Atim, Bella Barlow and A.C. Smith, Sara Colman, Rosabella Gregory, Gwyneth Herbert, Sarah Llewellyn, Kate Marlais, Zara Nunn, Susannah Pearse and Shirley Thompson.
Stay tuned for more with Hear Her Song to come, including partnerships with China's Her Village Foundation, the Malala Fund, Berklee College of Music's Institute of Creative Entrepreneurship, and Mercy Beyond Borders.