September 3rd, 2019: WRTI 90.1FM broadcasts selections from our July 24th video livestream during the 12 noon hour. Tune in on the radio or at wrti.org to listen.
July 24th, 2019: WRTI.org (90.1FM) hosts another Facebook livestream of our camp, featuring early premieres by three 2019 YWCC students as performed by Erica Peel, Yumi Kendall, Hanchien Lee, and Keith Kirchoff. Later in the broadcast, the YWCC choir sings Abbie Betinis’s “Be Like the Bird”, featuring soloist Andrea Regli. Check out the full playlist on YouTube here!
May 11, 2019: KFMA Studios in Austin, TX runs a radio feature on the camp. Listen here.
July 24, 2018: Temple News publishes an article about the final concert: "Young Women Composers Camp narrows gender gap in classical music".
July 18, 2018: WRTI.org (90.1FM) hosts a Facebook livestream of three YWCC compositions performed by ATLYS. The YWCC choir also performs Fanny Mendelssohn's "Evening Song". Watch the videos here: "Watch and Listen: Music Composed By Teenagers from Young Women Composers Camp Played By ATLYS."
July 17, 2018: Billy Penn publishes an article: "Classical music is overwhelmingly male. This new Temple summer camp aims to change that."
July 17, 2018: Temple News posts a video about the camp, featuring instructors Erin Busch (composition/theory) and Marianne Gruzwalski (choir).
July 16, 2018: WRTI.org (90.1FM) publishes an article: "A New Summer Program in Philly Focuses on Teenage Girls Learning the Art of Classical Composition". Check out their separate interview of YWCC guest composer Missy Mazzoli here.
July 13, 2018: The YWCC is mentioned on classicalWRCB.org (99.5FM in Boston) as one of "6 stories to brighten your day": "Free Opera, Summer Camp for Teen Composers, and Other Good News".