Concerts from the Library of Congress

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2022 at 8:00 PM (ET)

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Flutronix

Flutronix
Photo credit: Erin Patrice

IN-PERSON CONCERT

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Seating will be by general admission. You will receive a confirmation of your registration by email, with information about the Library of Congress Health and Safety Protocols.
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Allison Loggins-Hull

Nathalie Joachim


Flutronix presents a mesmerizing vision of the flute reimagined, featuring selections from this high-octane duo’s unique electro-acoustic repertoire. World-changing composers and performers, Allison Loggins-Hull and Nathalie Joachim meld classical music, hiphop, electronic programming and soulful vocals in a creative partnership paving the way from their classical roots to the future of music. In their mini-residency at the Library, Flutronix explores the 1,600+ flutes in our Dayton C. Miller Collection, and performs compositions grown from deep connections to concepts of community and social justice. You will encounter memorable excerpts from Discourse, a performance activism initiative, and from Black Being, a stunning, immersive song cycle examining the complexities of black womanhood.

FLUTRONIX

Flock
Like a Storm
Homeland (Allison Loggins-Hull)
She Is
Freedom School from Discourse
Water Babies from Black Being

TED HEARNE

Luminous Road

ANNA CLYNE

Perched (world premiere performance)

STEVE REICH

Vermont Counterpoint

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