Southbank Centre is excited to be further developing its Women in Music strand, bringing together women from all spheres of classical and contemporary music to highlight issues faced by female professional musicians today.
We recognise a fundamental need to address the underrepresentation of women in music who often face struggles in gaining the same opportunities, recognition, financial equality and status afforded to their male counterparts.How can we improve life for women in music?
Play alongside and network with professional section leaders in the WOW orchestra, as part of a special year-long education opportunity.
It costs as little as £60 to join our community of art lovers and enjoy a range of benefits across Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery and beyond.
Maybe you’re asking, do women still need to fight for equality in music in 2017? Here are some statistics that prove why:
Southbank Centre is committed to providing forums for women in the music profession to network and creating platforms for women to perform. Women in Music gives opportunities for women to have their music performed and broadcast, and to working with our partners to encourage a balance of female conductors, composers and artists engage in their programmes.