#240 Gender Identity in Music

One of the most important new developments in contemporary classical music is part of a wider societal trend of gender fluidity. We talk with three composers who have transitioned about their music before and after, and their personal experiences.

Hosted by Seth Boustead
Produced by Sarah Zwinklis


Forces Part 1 by Devin Fanslow
Ball State University Sax quartet: Soprano, Amanda Fratangeli; Alto, Om Srivastava; Tenor, Ethan Edwards; Baritone, Sean Sumwalt

Rotational Games by Brin Solomon
Brin Solomon, bassoon; Nic Gerpe, piano; Recording by Adam Borecki

Purple Stain by Alex Temple
Julia Holter, Voice; Spektral Quartet

This Changes Everything! by Alex Temple
John Seaton, Soprano Sax

Lake Song by Alex Temple
Jenna Lyle, Voice

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