Women's History Month in the Listening Room

Women's History Month in the Listening Room
March 29, 2021

As we wrap up Women’s History Month, we’re taking a look at last week’s listening room performances featuring five diverse and talented women-identifying artists. Meet a soulful American singer-songwriter, an eclectic composer from Madrid, and more artists who brought stunning vocals, enchanting melodies and impressive instrumentation to the listening room. 

Big Violin Player

Meet contemporary-based cellist, composer and improviser from South Korea, Big Violin Player in the listening room.


An electric performer, guitarist, writer, and singer-songwriter, CRAMER is creating a name for herself on her own terms.

Karla Silva

Meet the Madrid-based singer, pianist, and composer with a magnetic style we can’t get enough of. 


First-generation American daughter of Persian immigrants, YaSi, creates songs that toe the line between Eastern and Western influences.


With a fiery sound fueled by traditional Afro beats and experimental electronic, Reptila blurs the lines between pop, punk, and gender norms. 

Discover more women-identifying independent artists performing in the listening room every week and read up on our five ways to support women artists.