Articles by Elena See

Women's History Spotlight: Sarah Caldwell Article

Sarah Caldwell made history when she became the first woman to conduct at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, leading a production of Verdi's 'La Traviata.'


Women's History Spotlight: Clara Schumann Article

Not only was Clara Schumann a devoted mother to many children, she also starred in the role of muse and confidante for some of the 19th century's best known musicians.


Women's History Spotlight: Jennifer Higdon Article

Jennifer Higdon didn't start composing until she was 21, but that late start hasn't stopped her from becoming one of the world's most in-demand composers.