Grace Newcombe and Andrew Burn interviewed Jessica Horsley for a new podcast focussing on women in classical music.
After the resounding success of JessTalks in January-February and March (Basel), the final events in this season will take place on Thursday 23rd May (in English) and on Friday 24th May (in German). Not to be missed!
The world-class ensemble Kammerorchester Basel, conducted by Jessica Horsley, will play works by Giorgio Colombo Taccani (world premiere), Junghae Lee (Swiss premiere) and Heidi Baader-Nobs in the in the next installment of JessTalks.
Karla Hartl’s review of the Festival frauenkomponiert 2018 is now available online.
On 1st February in the Musikschule in Riehen (in German) and on 2nd February in the Druckereihalle im Ackermannshof, Basel (in English and German) JessTalks will be taking a fresh look at new music.
On Monday 17th December at 6.15 pm, Stefan Brotbeck will be putting questions on life, creativity and freedom to conductor, barytonist/violist and researcher Jessica Horsley.
On 4th December 2016 the Fondation Beyeler (Riehen/Basel) will be celebrating Wassily Kandinsky’s 150th birthday with a day of special events and activities in and around the exhibition “Kandinsky, Marc & the Blue Rider”.
Now online! The new issue of the Kapralova Society Journal, vol. 14, issue 1 (Spring 2016) includes an interview with Jessica Horsley on conducting and Kaprálová.
Jessica Horsley’s text in the March issue of “frauen forum” explores the all-important subject of tempo in conducting. The subject is a complex one, with diverse and variable parameters, which is precisely what makes it so interesting…