Katie Ericson, Amy Cherry, Kathryn Woodard
Kathryn Woodard


Text: "it was as if a plague of locusts had devastated the place. Consumed and exhausted the town lay in a heap of rubbish."

Kathryn Woodard


Text: "The expensive porcelain shelves in the window of the Baroque Konditorei displayed a single desolate scone."


Kathryn Woodard


Text: "Trams that had been painted under Communist rule were still to be seen in their revolutionary scarlet with revolutionary slogans daubed across them, dashing suicidally through town like refugees from a mental asylum."

These three songs completed in 2016 set three consecutive sentences from the novel Anna Edes by Deszö Kostolanyi (in English translation). 


Kathryn recently joined the Board of the International Alliance for Women in Music to serve 2019-2020.


Join us at the IAWM/FMT joint conference at Berklee College of Music in Boston, June 6-9. Call for proposals has been extended until Jan. 15!


Call for participation is now open for Creative Interactions: Dynamic Processes in Group Music Making, May 30-June 1 in Munich. (Proposal deadline is Jan. 15)


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