The year 2017 marked the 150th Anniversary of Maud Powell's birth and 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of her death.  Maud Powell's life (1867-1920) can be celebrated anytime, anywhere.  YOU can commemorate Maud Powell's legacy in your own way.

To learn how you can commemorate Maud Powell's life and legacy, click here.

To read about Maud Powell's debut, click here.

Maud Powell

receives The Recording Academy's

Grammy Award 2014
for Lifetime Achievement

"A Victor Immortal"

Friends! Together, they made history.
She set the standard by which all other
classical musicians are measured.
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Don't Miss -- Rachel Barton Pine's insightful discussion about Maud Powell Favorites with editor Laurie Niles on     Part 1             Part 2            Part 3

Presentation "Maud Powell, An American Legend"
By Maud Powell biographer Karen A. Shaffer
The dramatic story of America's first great master of the violin who pioneered the violin recital in America; illustrated with over 200 images via PowerPoint and Powell's actual recordings dating from 1904

Available by arrangement

Read the latest issue of Souvenir, The Maud Powell Society Friends' Newsletter
Maud Powell Society Newsletter

Come to the Illinois Valley to pay tribute to Maud Powell at her 8-foot bronze statue in Peru, Illinois, the city of her birth.  The annual Maud Powell Arts Celebration in Peru, Illinois, begun in 1995, was concluded with a celebration of her 150th anniversary in August 2017. 

Help Us Write Women Back Into Music History!

Publication of Signature, Women in Music magazine 
Presentations on Maud Powell; women composers; music history 
Children's book series on women in music

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