Kate Kennedy, Director of the Re:Dress Women Composers Project and Associate Director of the Oxford Centre for Life-writing, Oxford University.
Alice Little, Administrator of the Oxford Centre for Life-writing, and a Research Fellow in Music at Oxford University.
Charlotte de Rothschild, Patron of the Re:Dress Women Composers Project, soprano and champion of female composers.
Edwina Wolstencroft, Editor BBC Radio 3, started planning to mark IWD 2015 by playing music by women composers 24/7 . Since 8th March 2015 BBC Radio 3 has played music by women composers every day.
Anna Beer, author of Sounds and Sweet Airs: the forgotten women of classical music.
Leah Broad, Oxford University Music Faculty and BBC New Generation Thinker.
Simon Over, Founder-director of Southbank Sinfonia.
Gabriella Di Laccio, soprano, Founder & Curator of DONNE – Women in Music.
The Berkeley Ensemble, chamber group interested in performing women composers.
James Murphy, Chief Executive of the Royal Philharmonic Society.
Rebecca Miller, conductor
Sophie Fuller, author of Pandora Guide to Women Composers, Director of Research, Trinity Laban and Venus Blazing project.
Nicola Lefanu, composer and Professor of Music at the University of York.
Phyllis Weliver, Professor of English and Music at Saint Louis University, and author of Sounds and Notes.
Diana Ambache, pianist, founder of The Ambache Charitable Trust, and director of the Ambache Ensemble.
Rhiannon Mathias, Fellow and Lecturer in Music, Bangor University.
Susannah Eastburn, Chief Executive Sounds and Music (responsible for the British Music Collection Archive at Huddersfield University).
Helen Wallace, Creative Consultant for Kings Place Music Foundation.