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I/we is a musical journey exploring commonality, struggle, and perseverance through stories of refugees currently settling in central Texas. With personal accounts drawn from hours of interviews and featuring a new work by Joseph V. Williams II, i/we is an international celebration of humanity’s strength and compassion through words and music.

Featuring:

  • Craig Hella Johnson, voice (U.S.A)
  • Håkan Rosengren, clarinet (Sweden)
  • Louis-Marie Fardet, cello (France)
  • Alejandro Montiel, guitar (Venezuela)
  • Isaac Bustos, guitar (Nicaragua)Jennifer Choi, violin (U.S.A.)
  • Travis Marcum, field work and interviews (U.S.A.)
  • Yuliya Lanina, artwork (Russia)
  • Toby Rodriguez, video projections (U.S.A)

I/we is a musical journey exploring commonality, struggle, and perseverance through stories of refugees currently settling in central Texas. With personal accounts drawn from hours of interviews and featuring a new work by Joseph V. Williams II, i/we is an international celebration of humanity’s strength and compassion through words and music.

Featuring:

  • Craig Hella Johnson, voice (U.S.A)
  • Håkan Rosengren, clarinet (Sweden)
  • Louis-Marie Fardet, cello (France)
  • Alejandro Montiel, guitar (Venezuela)
  • Isaac Bustos, guitar (Nicaragua)Jennifer Choi, violin (U.S.A.)
  • Travis Marcum, field work and interviews (U.S.A.)
  • Yuliya Lanina, artwork (Russia)
  • Toby Rodriguez, video projections (U.S.A)

I/we is a musical journey exploring commonality, struggle, and perseverance through stories of refugees currently settling in central Texas. With personal accounts drawn from hours of interviews and featuring a new work by Joseph V. Williams II, i/we is an international celebration of humanity’s strength and compassion through words and music.

Featuring:

  • Craig Hella Johnson, voice (U.S.A)
  • Håkan Rosengren, clarinet (Sweden)
  • Louis-Marie Fardet, cello (France)
  • Alejandro Montiel, guitar (Venezuela)
  • Isaac Bustos, guitar (Nicaragua)Jennifer Choi, violin (U.S.A.)
  • Travis Marcum, field work and interviews (U.S.A.)
  • Yuliya Lanina, artwork (Russia)
  • Toby Rodriguez, video projections (U.S.A)

WHEN

WHERE

Blanton Museum of Art
200 E. MLK Jr. Blvd.
Austin, TX 78701
https://www.austinclassicalguitar.org/

TICKET INFO

$27-$57
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