04/01/22 • 29 min
What do you do to survive? For inti figgis-vizueta, making music inside traditional institutions felt like trying to put a square peg into a round hole– painful, and fruitless. So, she eschewed the status quo and focused on embracing the angles that made her unique.
On this episode of the HearTOGETHER podcast, NYC-based composer inti figgis-vizueta speaks with host Tori Marchiony about her early ambitions for a 9-5 in science, the communities and identities that inform her work today, and her hopes and fears for the next generation of music-makers.
Music in this episode was composed by inti figgis-vizueta
- Attacca Quartet performing Imago .
- red fish blue fish performing To Give You Form and Breath
Click here to learn about why bell hooks didn't capitalize her name.
Mixed by Teng Chen
Editorial Council, Noel Dior and Tim German
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