2020 Festival


Thank you so much for your support of the Women Composers Festival of Hartford. Whether you recently learned of our festival or have been an ardent supporter for years, we would like to acknowledge your role in making past festivals a success. Now in its tenth year, the festival has continually highlighted music of historical and current women composers through concerts, lectures, forums, and other outreach efforts across the Greater Hartford area, garnering recognition from institutions such as the International Alliance for Women’s Music as a champion of both new music and women composers.

With the year in full swing, we are about to launch another exciting week of events and ask for your financial support to help us do so. Please check out the exciting information on our 2012 festival and consider donating to keep the festival moving forward. A donation of any amount is appreciated, but the following amounts would help us towards our goals.

$25 can help toward a musician’s honorarium
$50 can help pay for recording and license fees
$100 covers a portion of one evening’s rental fees
$500 can help pay for guest speakers and artists

The Women Composers Festival of Hartford is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of the festival must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Donate now!

2012 Festival

The Women Composers Festival of Hartford, now in its twelfth year, is a celebration of the diverse body of women’s music – both past and present. Join us in March 2012 to explore this innovative, fascinating, and varied music. Festival concerts feature works by local composers, guest artists, and many more! Check back soon for a complete shedule of festival activities as well as information on guest artists, score calls, etc.!

Continuing our tradition of diversity in performance and outreach takes a great deal of resources. Please consider making a donation to support this effort. Read more about how you can donate.


March 4

Choral Concert @ Center Church – 60 Gold St., Hartford, CT.

March 7

ICAM Composer’s Seminar

Local Composers Concert @ The Hartt School – 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT.

March 8

CCSU Music Forum

Electro-Acoustic Concert @ Capital Community College – 950 Main St., Hartford, CT.

March 9

Chamber Orchestra Concert @ Central Connecticut State University – 1615 Stanley St., New Britain, CT.

March 10

Concert Pro Femina @ Unitarian Society of Hartford – 50 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT

March 11

Vocal Works Concert @ The Hartt School – 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT.

Purchase Tickets

Looking to attend one or more festival events this year?

Tickets are available at the door for $10. $5 discounts available to  students, seniors, and LetsGoArts pass holders.

General passes are also available – $15 for the day or $35 for access to the full weekend of events (that’s five concerts and four presentations!). Passes can be purchased online at Eventbrite.