A Far Cry and Luciana Souza: The Blue Hour
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Brazilian jazz superstar Souza joins forces with the seventeen virtuoso strings of A Far Cry to give voice to poet Carolyn Forché’s “On Earth,” a luminous meditation on life and loss, through musical settings by some of the most distinctive creative voices in indie-classical music.
Co-commissioned by A Far Cry with Washington Performing Arts, Bucknell University, Hancher Auditorium at the University of Iowa, and Florida State University’s Opening Nights Series.
Washington Performing Arts performances at Sixth & I are made possible by the Abramson Family Foundation.
This performance is available only for Washington Performing Arts subscription holders until September 6, 2017. Click here for more information.
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