Premiere Performers of Vocal Music by Women Composers

"Feminine Musique played an invaluable part in the Music by Women Festival at the Mississippi University for Women. Not only were their performances and presentations of the highest caliber, but they also replaced an ill stricken performer on a couple of hours notice to make sure a new work was performed. They are artists of the highest merit, true advocates for music by women and an inspiration to both colleagues and audiences." - Dr. Julia Mortyakova; Chair, Department of Music; Artistic Director, Music by Women Festival; Mississippi University for Women

Recitals and Lecture Recitals are available featuring captivating music alongside historical information gleaned from quotes, letters, and biographies making for an enjoyable entrée into the lives of these composers.

  • Gala Concert of Operatic Arias and Duets

    Tammy and Korliss will sing the best loved Arias and Duets from the Operatic Literature for Mezzo and Soprano at the famous Marmorsaal (Marble Hall) in the city of Bad Ems, Germany.
    Bad Ems, Germany
    June 2, 2018

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  • Music by Women Festival Performances, March 1-3, 2018

    Feminine Musique will be performing at the second Music by Women Festival at the Mississippi University for Women on March 1-2, 2018.  Tammy and Korliss will present a Lecture Recital highlighting the vocal music of Amy Beach in honor of the 150th Anniversary year of her birth.  Additionally, they will be featured in a Concert […]

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  • World Premiere of Juliana Hall’s “The Roosters”

    Feminine Musique will perform the World Premiere of Juliana Hall’s ROOSTERS, written for Soprano and Mezzo Soprano, based on Elizabeth Bishop’s poem, “The Roosters” on January 19th, 2018 at 7pm in Berkman Recital Hall at the Hartt School of Music in Hartford, CT.

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Featuring Tammy Hensrud and Korliss Uecker

Ms. Hensrud and Ms. Uecker, singers with international careers in both opera and concert repertoire, have long been dedicated to performing works of women composers in recital as soloists and duet partners. Their combined skills as musicians, actresses and performers bring sophisticated versatility to Feminine Musique.