An umbrella organization uniting the International Congress on Women in Music, the American Women Composers, and the International League of Women Composers. Supports composition, performance, entrepreneurship, publishing, scholarly research, educational outreach, and advocacy work related to women and music.
Educates, develops, supports, and promotes women brass musicians; hosts international conferences; promotes competitions for solo and ensemble performances, as well as a new music competition; publishes a biannual newsletter. Membership open to women and men.
A nonprofit organization focused on performing and recording music by women, providing networking and mentoring opportunities, and working for the betterment of all women composers of concert music. Membership open to women and men in the greater New York area.
An international foundation based in Italy, dedicated to promoting and presenting music composed and created by women. Member of the UNESCO International Music Council, the Arab Academy, and the European Music Council.
Artist residency located at the historic home of poet Edna St. Vincent Millay in upstate New York. Offers 1-month and 2-week residencies to visual artists, writers, and composers. Open to women and men.
Other online resources for researching women in music & teaching music by women composers:
The Institute for Composer Diversity at SUNY Fredonia is committed to the promotion and advancement of music created by composers from historically underrepresented groups including women, composers of color, LGBTQIA+ composers, and composers with disabilities.