Launch: Uneven Score - An Assessment of the Gender Balance for Publicly Funded Composer Opportunities on the Island of Ireland 2004-2019
IMRO - Irish Music Rights Organisation
Sounding the Feminists and the Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland launch Uneven Score: An Assessment of the Gender Balance for Publicly Funded Composer Opportunities on the Island of Ireland 2004-2019, researched and written by Dr Michael Lydon. Uneven Score was commissioned by the Contemporary Music Centre (CMC) and Sounding the Feminists (STF) as part of a two-phase research project supported by the Arts Council of Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon. This report serves to document gender within contemporary music composition between 2004-19 and presents an assessment of the gender balance of publicly funded composer opportunities on the island of Ireland.
The launch of Uneven Score will include an introduction and overview of the report by Dr Michael Lydon with an opportunity for questions and further discussion.
This event is also available to attend remotely via Zoom.
No booking necessary, all welcome at 6.30pm at IMRO, Copyright House, Pembroke Row, Baggot Street Lower, D02 HW59.
IMRO Ireland is wheelchair accessible. If you have specific access requirements to attend this event in person, please contact IMRO by phone on (01) 661 4844 for further information on the facilities available.
For those attending remotely, please let us know via the registration form about any access needs you have to join the Zoom meeting. Closed captions will be available for this Zoom.
‘Uneven Score' was commissioned by Sounding the Feminists and the Contemporary Music Centre, and funded by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon.