Supporting Members

To those who are not composers and for our composer colleagues who do not identify as women, we have a supporting membership level. To join this membership level please make a donation of $100 and we will add your name to our supporters below. In addition, we have corporate sponsorship at different levels.
Supporting Membership
SUPPORTING MEMBERSHIP
$100.00
This membership is for composers who do not identify as women, all industry professionals and other individuals who wish to support the AWFC. Supporting Members are listed on the AWFC website and granted access to numerous events, newsletters, workshops and networking opportunities. Join Now

Supporting Members will gain the benefits of regular members such as invites to our annual events, receive our newsletter alerting to opportunities throughout the year, and be listed as a Supporter on our website. Supporting members will not be listed in the Directory.

Due to the outstanding response since our launch of the Alliance for Women Film Composers, we kindly thank the following Supporting Members.

Founding Steering Committee

Miriam Cutler, Sally House, Laura Karpman, Lisa Margolis, Lolita Rimanis, Doreen Ringer-Ross, Dan Carlin, Peter Rotter, Chandler Poling,

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AWFC member and pianist, singer and composer Adrianne Duncan’s album Gemini releases on Friday, September 24 on all platforms. Consisting of mainly originals, it also features Adrianne’s arrangement of “Roxanne” by The Police. The ensemble of world-class Los Angeles jazz musicians on the album include Nick Mancini on vibraphone, Dan Lutz on bass, Jimmy Branly on drums, Katisse Buckingham on sax and flute and John Tegmeyer on clarinet. The singles “Gemini” and “Roxanne” have already been released and can be streamed or downloaded at Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, Amazon and all other platforms.

Spotify pre-save and follow would be much appreciated and can be found here: show.co/o9tT2Sv
She can also be found and followed here and is grateful for your support!

Instagram: www.instagram.com/adrianneduncan/ or @adrianneduncan
Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/40KDMVGLC2BbaknzaEkozl?si=dpYapQYySaOvf8dOhXKwkw&dl_branch=1
Apple Music: music.apple.com/us/artist/adrianne-duncan/1357983095
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UChvEmy1EDK2LYMMcdtncCGg
Website: www.adrianneduncan.com/
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AWFC member and pianist, singer and composer Adrianne Duncan’s album Gemini releases on Friday, September 24 on all platforms. Consisting of mainly originals, it also features Adrianne’s arrangement of “Roxanne” by The Police. The ensemble of world-class Los Angeles jazz musicians on the album include Nick Mancini on vibraphone, Dan Lutz on bass, Jimmy Branly on drums, Katisse Buckingham on sax and flute and John Tegmeyer on clarinet. The singles “Gemini” and “Roxanne” have already been released and can be streamed or downloaded at Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, Amazon and all other platforms.

Spotify pre-save and follow would be much appreciated and can be found here: https://show.co/o9tT2Sv
She can also be found and followed here and is grateful for your support!

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adrianneduncan/ or @adrianneduncan
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/40KDMVGLC2BbaknzaEkozl?si=dpYapQYySaOvf8dOhXKwkw&dl_branch=1
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/adrianne-duncan/1357983095
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChvEmy1EDK2LYMMcdtncCGg
Website: https://www.adrianneduncan.com/

Join the Women in The Mix Study!

Erin Barra is conducting this study in partnership with the Recording Academy, Arizona State University, and Berklee. It builds from and expands on the previous research she did and will be released at the Grammy’s in 2022. We are excited and hopeful that this will be something substantial and that the information will help organizations like ours to raise money and awareness around our efforts.
Erin was one of the leads on a study Berklee released in partnership with Women in Music in early 2019 about the opportunities and obstacles women in the music industry face.
Here’s a link to the survey
asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6F0Zs3sLOwsgmXA?TrackID=ASUErin
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Join the Women in The Mix Study!

Erin Barra is conducting this study in partnership with the Recording Academy, Arizona State University, and Berklee. It builds from and expands on the previous research she did and will be released at the Grammy’s in 2022. We are excited and hopeful that this will be something substantial and that the information will help organizations like ours to raise money and awareness around our efforts. 
Erin was one of the leads on a study Berklee released in partnership with Women in Music in early 2019 about the opportunities and obstacles women in the music industry face.
Here’s a link to the survey 
https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6F0Zs3sLOwsgmXA?TrackID=ASUErin