Sylvan Winds group

Women Programs

A Sylvan Summer Serenade Join us for a lovely summer evening outdoor soiree where you can enjoy music, prosecco, wine, and hors d'oeuvres. Featuring an effervescent program celebrating composers from many countries and cultures, this is a benefit for the Sylvan Winds' outreach programs during this historic time!

Join us for a lovely summer evening outdoor soiree where you can enjoy music, prosecco, wine, and hors d'oeuvres. Featuring an effervescent program celebrating composers from many countries and cultures, this is a benefit for the Sylvan Winds' outreach programs …

Ladies First!

The Sylvan Winds are excited to return to The Cell, this time celebrating the many women’s voices in contemporary music. From Pulitzer Prize winner Julia Wolfe of Bang on a Can, to four new works written within the past ten …

Siempre, Luis!

A tribute to Luis Miranda, Jr. celebrating Hispanic music and culture in New York City.

Women of Note

A fascinating program of music by women composers, from the 19th to 21st Centuries, including Elizabeth Brown's "Pentalogue" written during the pandemic year in 2020-2021, along with other works by Cynthia Folio, Jenni Brandon, Grazyna Bacewicz, and Claude Arrieu.

Women's Voices

A program of works by American women composers, from one of the first, Amy Beach, to Valerie Coleman's colorful "Umoja", and finally to a beautiful new work written during the pandemic by flutist and composer Elizabeth Brown.