With Walburga Krupp (CH), lecturer at the Institute for Cultural Studies in the Arts Zurich and Helen Caddick, composer and songwriter (UK).
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With Walburga Krupp (CH), lecturer at the Institute for Cultural Studies in the Arts Zurich and Helen Caddick, composer and songwriter (UK), hosted by broadcaster and author, Yvonne Eisenring, this is a continuation of a conversation in the context of the 50th anniversary of female suffrage in Switzerland in 2021. With Female Future, the Embassies of Switzerland in Israel and in the UK launch an intercultural dialogue. Because there can be no healthy and sustainable future without women’s empowerment.
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To hear Helen’s music and excerpts of the opera visit:
Helen is featured on the Donne foundation’s list of 5000 female Composers across history to the present day:
The research and writing of Helen Caddick’s Opera, Sophie, was supported by Arts Council England and PRS Foundation. Translations of the Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp letters and diaries, used in the creation of the libretto for Sophie, by Sophie Taeuber-Arp expert Brigitte Maier and Sebastien Tardy – Curator of Fondation Arp, Paris.
MoMa exhibition: https://www.moma.org/artists/5777