Retired genetics professor Robert Lansman and musician John Harmon have collaborated to create a cantata called "Wisdom of the Waters" (recently premiered in Wisconsin) on environmental and feminist themes:
The piece “decries the mistreatment of our waters and wetlands while at the same time condemning mankind’s failure to revere the role women play in society,” as the announcements that previewed the premiere performance described.
To some degree, it is informed by Greek civilization:
The cantata, featuring Harmon on piano and other Fox Valley musicians supplying cello, bass, percussion, and vocal soprano talent, was inspired, in part, by the Greek mythical figure Goya [sic--a misprint in the paper, I hope]--goddess of the planet.
A little more on the background:
He also said he’s been interested in how ancient societies once guided and by women have faded and how “early church fathers went very far out of their way to deprive Christianity of any female deity.”