"[inti's] music feels sprouted between structures, liberated from certainty and wrought from a language we’d do well to learn." - Michael Andor Brodeur, The Washington Post
shapes in collective space  - Longleash
" What figgis-vizueta...gave us was the pleasure of living inside textures, the simple yet profound appreciation of leisurely exploring a sonority, allowing our ears time to engage with it. figgis-vizueta’s pieces were magical soundscapes. " - Christian Hertzog, San Diego Union-Tribune
Earths to Come (preview version)  - Roomful of Teeth
"And there continues to be nothing but promise in the emerging inti figgis-vizueta, whose “To give you form and breath,” for three percussionists, slyly warped time in a juxtaposition of resonant and dull sounds of found objects like wood and planters." - Joshua Barone, The New York Times
To give you form and breath  - LA Phil New Music Group
inti figgis-vizueta (b. 1993) writes magically real musics through the lens of personal identities, braiding a childhood of overlapping immigrant communities and Black-founded Freedom schools—in Chocolate City (DC)—with direct Andean & Irish heritage and a deep connection to the land.
[all photos by Ella Joklik unless otherwise noted]