"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." - The New York Times
To give you form and breath  - LA Phil New Music Group
Nico Muhly notes, “I’ve always loved inti figgis-vizueta’s music, particularly when it vacillates between traditional techniques and more ecstatic, subtle explorations of extended techniques—both in a dance, with the backs and the fronts apparent to the listeners in different ways. Her piece INBHIR asks a solo cellist to create a landscape of gorgeous aquatic light, shade, and turbulence.” - SFS Soundbox: Focus
INBHIR (many waters)  - David Goldblatt, San Francisco Symphony
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 included photos by Ella Joklik unless otherwise noted]