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She Scores 2020


She Scores Festival 2020
March 21-22, 2020

Opening Concert: March 21, 7:00 pm
Women+ Experimental: March 21, 9:00 pm

Matinee: March 22, 4:00 pm
Closing Concert: March 22, 7:00 pm


Opening Concert: Mazumal
Mazumal is a duo committed to innovative music that promotes inclusivity and engages with social issues, such as race, feminism, inequality, and sustainability. Stemming from a shared passion for advocacy and backgrounds in classical music, vocalist Felicia Chen and cellist Olivia J. P. Harris created Mazumal to explore new music that more accurately reflects the diversity of the times and world in which we live. Drawing from their collective experience as minorities in America, Mazumal practices a socially aware approach to programming, through commissions and interpretations of new works, collaborations with people of color, women, and LGBTQIA artists, as well as a bold approach to new music, improvisational styles, and experimental sound art.


Women+ Experimental

Experimental and improvised music and sound-based performance art by Kamratōn, Olivia J. P. Harris, Felicia Chen, Michele Cheng, Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh, and Erin Rogers.


Matinee: Kamratōn 
"On View"


Kamratōn premieres On View by Erin Rogers, supported by  the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition Commissioning Program. 

Of On View, Rogers writes:
"From talk show culture to art exhibitions and academic panels to twitter hashtags, On View abstractly explores a current and complex scenario, where women on stage are unfairly judged and subject to unwarranted critique, while at times leveraging and capitalizing on the spotlight. "

Angelica Negron: Dust
Rebecca Saunders:  O, Yes & I
Liza Lim: Inguz
*Erin Rogers: On View


Closing Concert: Kassia Ensemble


Kassia presents a program of chamber works by women composers under-recognized in their time.

Earlier Event: February 28
Microtonal Music Festival 2020