Flutronix – In Concert

Washington, D.C., USA

The Library of Congress

8:00 PM

Flutronix performs works by the duo as well as Ted Hearne, Anne Cline, and Steve Reich.

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, 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.

                          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

Venue Details

The Library of Congress 101 Independence Ave., SE
Washington, D.C. 20540