Thank You For Joining Us!

This year’s Women Composers Festival of Hartford was a great success! We hope you enjoyed all of the festival events and discovered some new composers and pieces you love. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without the passion a dedication of all of our performers, composers, and presenters, and our growing audience. Thank you for your attendance and continued support!

And thanks again to our generous sponsors:


Stay tuned for more from the 2018 WCFH!

 

Tickets Now On Sale!

Tickets for the 2018 Women Composers Festival of Hartford and for individual events, April 6 – 8, are now on sale! Festival Passes give you access to all events, as well as admission to The Wadsworth Atheneum.

 

Explore the tab for the 2018 festival for a more detailed schedule, information about each venue, and to learn more about each event and the performers, presenters, and composers who will be with us.

#GivingTuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday, and our fundraising campaign is for a collaboration with Elevartepr.

We have the opportunity to bring Puerto Rican director/videographer Raisa Bonnet to our 2018 festival to video our artists and talk about her work with Elevartepr, a community-led initiative supporting art and artists in Puerto Rico after the devastation of Hurricane María. Any funds that you donate to this #GivingTuesday campaign will go toward bringing Raisa and elevArte to Hartford, and compensating her for her work. Check out their facebook page or website for more information about the initiative in Puerto Rico! (If you would like to donate to this fundraiser, not via Facebook, you can send a check to WCFH at PO Box 370632, West Hartford, CT 06137. Please write “elevArte” in the subject line of the check.) Thank you!

Women in Music Networking Night

Mark you calendars! WCFH is having a Women in Music Networking Night, November 10 at Black-Eyed Sally’s in Hartford!

RSVP to join us!

Come share a meal with us, have a drink or two, and get to know other women in music! Through Group Raise, Black-Eyed Sally’s will donate 15% of meal prices to WCFH. Artistic Director Penny Brandt will be visiting from Austin. Learn about our projects this season, and share your own projects and ideas. Academic musicians, professional and amateur musicians of any genre, music lovers, and thoughtful friends of all genders are happily welcome. And stay to hear live music from singer Kelly Rago and her band Easy Baby!

Plus we will have door prizes, swag, and more! So don’t forget to RSVP. And if you can’t join us, you can still donate through our Generosity campaign.

We hope to see you there!

Women Composers Festival of Hartford on Generosity

It’s October, which means its time to fundraise for the Women Composers Festival of Hartford! Putting on a yearly festival requires lots of support, including financial support. When you donate to the Women Composers Festival of Hartford, your money goes directly towards our efforts to bring underrepresented repertoire to the Greater Hartford area. With your help, we are able to commission new works, support and showcase working composers and performers, and undertake new advocacy and community engagement projects! Please help us continue our 17-year tradition of bringing great music, performances, and community to the Greater Hartford area.

We have all kinds of great merchandise, featuring designs by incredible local artist Moana McAuliffe: stickers of our “Matron of the Arts” caricatures, a mug with the Nadia Boulanger caricature and our new Matron Elizabeth Austin, limited-edition WCFH t-shirt with caricature of Florence Price, and more, including concert tickets and festival passes!

Donate to the Women Composers Festival of Hartford, support incredible art and artists, and get cool stuff!