We would like to give special thanks to the individuals and institutions who have also created guides to assist the research and performance of BIPOC music. Many of these guides were consulted in the process of creating this Guide to BIPOC musicians and related literature:
Early Music America's Resource for Diversity in Early Music Repertoire
Tufts University's Music Resources for Diversity, Equity, and Antiracism.
A Resource on Vocal Works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Persons of Colour) Composers, created by Alexandra Smither under commission by the University of Toronto's Voice Studies Program
Queen's University Library's Anti-Racism Resources in Music
McGill University Library's Black, Indigenous, people of colour (BIPOC) musicians
Originally created by: Tim Neufeldt and Tegan Niziol, 2021.
Updated by Avery Brzobohaty, January 2023.
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