Recordings and Media

Check out these recordings and photos from past Festivals and our Documentary!

Six Japanese Songs, Margaret Garwood (1927-2015)
Pioneer Women: From Skagway to White Mountain, Barbara Harbach (b. 1946)
Whistling Hens: Jennifer Piazza-Pick, soprano; Natalie Groom, clarinet; Ying-Shan Su, piano
Recorded live at Gruss Hall, Trinity College.
Photos from Michael Zager.

See the full 2019 gallery from photographer Michael Zager.

Women Composers Festival of Hartford Documentary

Produced by Liz Bologna, Penny Brandt, Raisa Bonnet, and Rique Colón.
Directed by Raisa Bonnet

Lythraceae: Punica Granatum for Piano Trio, by Melikah M. Fitzhugh
Oblivious for Piano Trio, by Melika M. Fitzhugh
Fitzhugh Trio: Stan Antonevich, violin; Anna Seda violoncello; Melinda Fields, piano
Recorded live at Gruss Hall, Trinity College.
Photos from Michael Zager.
F I X E D HbeaRt by Niloufar Nourbakhsh
Sugar Vendil, piano
Recorded live at Asylum Hill Congregational Church.
Photos from Michael Zager.
Grace Carver (UConn) asked Penny Brandt, former Artistic Director of the WCFH, why the festival celebrates the music of women composers.
You Are Not Alone by Jennifer Jolley. Text by Scott Woods.
Performed by the Nouveau Classical Project.
Recorded live at Asylum Hill Congregational Church.
Commissioned by The Johnstone Fund for New Music and the WCFH.
Photos from Michael Zager.

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