LunART will be launching its 2023/2024 season with an exciting chamber music concert “Voices Unbound” on Sept. 30 at the Arts and Literature Laboratory, 111 South Livingston St., with doors opening at 7 p.m. and the concert beginning at 7:30 p.m.
LunART focuses particularly on championing the contributions and innovations brought to music by women composers and instrumentalists. The four pieces that will be presented are composed by Patrícia Lopes from Brazil and Gabriela Ortiz from Mexico, along with Judith Zaimont and Linda Dusman from the USA.
Instrumentalists will also be exemplary of the power of women in music and the wealth of musical talent in Madison through local top musicians with the LunART Chamber Music Collective: Lindsey Crabb on cello, Isabella Lippi on violin, Marie Pauls on viola, Iva Ugrcic on flute/bass flute, and Dawn Wohn on violin.
Founder of LunART, Iva Ugrcic, gave insight in a release on the importance of such an event and the work they do saying, “‘Voices Unbound’ is not just a concert; it’s a celebration of the boundless potential of women in the world of music. It’s an event that empowers both the artists and the audience, inspiring creativity and leaving a lasting appreciation for the transformative power of music”
Beyond the support of the Arts and Literature Laboratory, “Voices Unbound” is also supported by Microtone Media Creative Video Agency and the International Alliance for Women in Music in continued efforts to promote women in art worldwide.
To learn more about this event and see what else LunART is doing, check out their website here.