Guest Speaking

The Daffodil Perspective’s creator Elizabeth de Brito is available as a panellist or guest speaker for conferences and events. Particular expertise on issues relating to:

  • Diversity, equality and inclusion
  • Gender in classical music
  • Race in classical music
  • Sexism and racism
  • Female composers
  • Black, Asian and ethnically diverse composers and/or musicians
  • Diversifying the classical repertoire
  • Decolonising classical music

I am also available for virtual talks, podcast interviews, radio and other media appearances. Please enquire below.


“As one of the key events for our Induction Week at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, on 10 September this year (2020), my colleague Tim Palmer and I organized an online seminar entitled ‘Inequalities in Music: How Race, Gender and Class Intersect with Classical Music and Jazz’, with three eminent guest speakers, Nate Holder, Anna Bull and Elizabeth de Brito.I have enormously admired Elizabeth’s ground-breaking work on her remarkable radio show, The Daffodil Perspective, for some time. The Daffodil Perspective is a glorious and ground-breaking celebration of gender and racial equality in classical music. It is a showcase for so many all too often unheard voices, devised and presented by Elizabeth herself with consummate authority and inspirational passion.Elizabeth brought all these qualities to Trinity Laban’s ‘Inequalities in Music’ seminar, providing a brilliantly stimulating and thought-provoking start to our academic year. We will certainly be inviting her back to talk to our students and staff again.” Dr Sophie Fuller – MMus Programme Leader, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

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