Interviews and Articles

Read the latest interviews and articles about Women Conductors...

PRESS & MEDIA

"I don’t want to force anyone to conduct, and it’s certainly not for everyone. But I want to inspire young women and show them that conducting is an option – something that they may not have even considered before – and these workshops offer a safe place to have a go." Alice Farnham, Women Conductors Artistic Director (The Guardian)

January 2017 - Why do we need Women Conductors?

July 2016, Arts Council Evaluation

March 2016, BBC Radio 3 'The Essay': Inspiring Women in Music: Alice Farnham

March 2016, International Arts Manager: Women conductors shouldn't be a rarity

October 2015, Redbrick: Alice Farnham interview

September 2015, The Guardian: Not just a cute girl on a podium: how to get more women conducting

May 2014, Rhinegold: Women on the box

March 2014, The Guardian: Girls-only course aims to tackle shortage of female conductors

OUR MEMBERS

Diana Burrell, composer and Artistic Director of the Harwich Festival, Essex: The RPS is such an important organisation - where would music be without it?

DID YOU KNOW?

The Philharmonic Society was founded by professional musicians in 1813 to perform publicly ‘in the most perfect manner possible, the best and most approved music'.