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Looking for something else? Check out some of these other fantastic resources:

  • African Diaspora Music Project

    A compilation of original works by composers in the African Diaspora.

  • BIPOC Arts

    A community for BIPOC opera professionals and a resource for companies, collaborators, and recruiters to engage with a wide range of BIPOC talent in the field.

  • BIPOC Voices

    A resource to help you program works for solo voice(s) and instruments by composers who are Black, Indigenous, or People of Colour.

  • Black Opera Database

    An in-progress list of operas by Black composers and about the Black experience.

  • Composer Diversity Database

    Profiles of composers from historically excluded groups who have consented to being represented in our databases.

  • Donne, Women in Music

    A charitable foundation that is here to make a positive change in the fight against gender inequality within the music industry. Our main goal is to celebrate, advance, and amplify women in music so that they are seen, heard, and appreciated for their talent so they can leave a legacy of inspiration for future generations.

  • Irish Language Art Song Project

    A collection of fifty new art songs set exclusively to Irish language texts.

  • SongHelix

    A simple way to search through the vast number of art songs by poet, date of composition, thematic links, keywords, or utility.

  • The Living Composers Project

    A nonprofit database, charting the lives and works of composers in the here and now.

  • The Opera Database

    A comprehensive database of operas and arias.

  • United in Opera

    The mission of United in Opera is to inspire creativity, provide vital resources, and to mentor musicians so that they may have an impact on the opera world. We support musicians without regards to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or financial situation.