Faculty Artist Series
Anima Vox and friends perform works written and inspired by Black, Indigenous, and other underrepresented composers incorporating multimedia elements and free improvisation.
Exploring diversity has been a trademark of the award-winning duo since its inception in 2015, having carried its mission of bringing underrepresented music to its audiences in Brazil, Mexico and the U.S. as well as creating live concert experiences online. Anima Vox is an innovative flute and soprano duo composed of faculty-artist Tadeu Coelho, flute, and Carole Ott Coelho, soprano.
This concert features a world premiere composition for flute, voice and piano by UNCSA high school flute student Phoebe Pylant. Her composition uses text by Sor Juana de la Cruz (1648-95), a 17th-century Mexican nun, self-taught scholar and acclaimed writer who was persecuted for her literary works. The title of the composition is "Hombre Necios (Foolish Men)."
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April 4, 2022