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Diverse Voices in Music Scholarship and Repertoire

This guide provides a first step to research on music from diverse voices.

Diverse Perspectives

Below are perspectives on music performance, composition, and scholarship in popular resources by diverse voices.


Popular and Trade Articles and Blog Posts



Women in Music Presents: Anti-Racism & True Allyship in the Music Industry. In partnership with New York Music Month Extended Play, an initiative of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment #NYMM2021 on January 27, 2021. An anti-racism workshop and roundtable conversation about true allyship in music as we learn about the formation of racist ideologies, how they affect our lives and our industry, and identify ways in which we can create change as individuals, and as a community.

Philip Ewell, Associate Professor of Music Theory at Hunter College of the City University of New York, discusses his article, "Music Theory and the White Racial Frame" as a guest speaker invited by the Faculty of Music Anti-Racism Alliance at the University of Toronto.