A festival celebrating the work of women composers, many of them neglected and even forgotten over the years, is taking place online. Finding a Voice is now in its fourth year, but this time around there will be no live audiences. Instead, anyone interested in watching and listening to any of the many performances between now and Monday - International Women's Day - can book tickets for the online broadcasts. Finding a Voice was founded in 2018 by sisters Róisín and Clíona Maher, who are originally from Clonmel in Co Tipperary and have been working in different sections of the arts for many years.
"The title 'Finding a Voice' has to do with women composers finding their voice and us finding their voice and discovering their music," Róisín Maher, artistic director, explained.
Watch the full clip here: RTE