inti figgis-vizueta is a non-binary Quechua/Latinx experimental composer from Washington, D.C. They strive to create works that emphasize the performer’s perceptions and physical self, focusing on procedure and interaction based musics.Through the integration of intersectional and liberation principles into the compositional process, inti believes the subversive barriers between composer, player, and audience can be broken down, promoting a growth in performance practice and community. inti studies with Felipe Lara.
inti has received numerous awards including the 2016 Koster Grant for Summer Study and the 2017/2018 JMU New Music for Young Musicians award. They've won numerous calls for scores for ensembles such as Verdant Vibes, N/A Ensemble, UnTwelve, Baltimore Choral Arts, and 113 Collective. They've been featured at the New Music Gathering as a panelist in 2017 and a featured composer in 2018 as well as at the New Latin Wave Festival, curated by Angélica Negrón. inti has participated in masterclasses with composers such as Jon Harbison, Paul Brust, and Christian Wolff. inti was recently composer-in-residence for Quorum, a Boston-based LGBT vocal ensemble.
inti is currently a curator for scorefollower for their 2018/2019 season. they are currently accepting commissions for the upcoming year.