#307 inti figgis-vizueta

Composer inti figgis-vizueta writes “magically real musics through the lens of personal identities, braiding a childhood of overlapping immigrant communities and Black-founded Freedom schools—in Chocolate City (DC)—with direct Andean & Irish heritage and a deep connection to the land.”

Stephen Rawson talks with her about music, poetry, magical realism and more.


Openwork/Knotted Object/Trellis in Bloom/Lightning Ache
– performed by the National Sawdust Ensemble

To give you form and breath
– performed by the Mizzou University Percussion Studio

The motion between three worlds
– commissioned by The Primavera Project for cellist Matt Haimovitz in response to Charline von Heyl’s Primavera 2020

Tea en mi casa
– performed by PUBLIQuartet

music for shapeshifters
– performed by earspace ensemble

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