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Yale School of Music presents the Ian Mininberg Distinguished Service Award to Lori Laitman 

I am honored to receive Yale School of Music's Ian Mininberg Distinguished Service Award. The award was presented to me at commencement on May 21, 2018. Thank you, Yale and Dean Robert Blocker for this great honor.


The Journal of Singing (May/June 2018) reviews THE SCARLET LETTER CD




Tom Williams, of Utah Public Radio, interviewed me during my recent residency at Utah State University in Logan, UT. His wide-ranging interview touches on The Scarlet LetterVedemAre Women People? and The Three Feathers. You can listen by clicking here


Keynote Speech and Residency at Utah State University/Master Class at BYU

I will be in residence at Utah State University in Logan, UT, from March 20-21, 2018. The evening of March 20th I will give the Keynote Address for The Center for Women & Gender. I will also coach students and faculty on my songs, culminating in a concert of my music the evening of March 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm at the Russell/Wanless Performance Hall at USU.
I then travel to Provo, UT, to conduct a Master Class on my songs at Brigham Young University between 5-7 pm the evening of March 22, 2018.

Words & Music to present "Are Women People?"

On March 11, 2018 at 4 pm, the outstanding vocal quartet Words & Music will present a unique concert featuring Lori's Are Women People?, a cycle for SATB vocal quartet and Piano four hands.
The structure of this concert is quite unique:
Guests are given a program with the texts and extra space to write their thoughts/ questions — and a glass of wine.
Once everybody is seated, Lori will give background about the piece and the texts.
Words & Music will perform the entire cycle.
There will be a break for refreshments and conversation, followed by questions and answers. Specific moments of the piece might also be explored.
Words & Music will then repeat the performance.
Are Women People? was commissioned in 2016 by The Howard Hanson Institute for American Music at The Eastman School of Music and the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote in New York State. The cycle sets the poetry of Alice Duer Miller, excerpts from a speech by Susan B. Anthony and The 19th Amendment. 
The premiere performance took place at Eastman on March 5, 2017. This performance will mark the DC area premiere.
The wonderful performers are soprano Melissa Coombs, mezzo-soprano Kyle Engler, tenor Joseph Regan, baritone Heim and pianists Virginia Sircy and Daniel Lau.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.


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