Save the date: January 12th.
will be performed at the Winter Jazz Fest 2018,
featuring Zeena Parkins (harp) and Ingrid Laubrock (tenor sax).
An unique interdisciplinary performance that includes film and live music, in which singer and composer Sara Serpa directs and produce a visual narrative using never seen footage, recently found in her family archives, of Portugal and ex-colony Angola, in the 1960’s, by then a fascist and colonizer regime. This footage has been edited and transformed into a sensorial experience, in which music and image highlighted with texts by revolutionary Amílcar Cabral, invite the viewer/ listener to reflect on history in a non-literal way. With an extraordinary ensemble featuring Zeena Parkins on harp and Mark Turner on saxophone, the music flows into written and improvised material.