Anima Vox is an innovative flute and soprano duo specializing in seamless concert experiences and free improvisation. Flutist Tadeu Coelho and soprano Carole Ott blend their voices in ways that are simultaneously striking and ethereal. Always striving to diversify the chamber music field, the duo's repertoire ranges from Gregorian Chant to free improvisation and everything in between. Recent concert projects include Between Two Worlds, Lullabies for Little Ones, and Burning Bright.
Guidelines:1. Instrumentation: Pieces must be for flute (possible doubling on piccolo, alto or bass flute) and soprano. Compositions may include computer electronics, small percussion instruments played by the performers, multimedia elements, free improvisation, or other non-traditional ideas. Please email Anima Vox if you have questions (AnimaVoxDuo@gmail.com).2. Compositions must be based on texts written by Latino poets (of any generation), explore folklore of Latino countries, or be an original arrangement of a Latino folk song.3. Text for the works must be in the public domain or be given broad rights to Anima Vox to perform, record, arrange and advertise.4. Compositions should be a minimum of 5 minutes and a maximum of 15 minutes. Multi- movement works will also be considered.5. The work must not have been performed, published or recorded (exception: non-public performances in a university context).
Deadline:" Submissions via the google form below are due by 5:00 pm on Monday, April 15th, 2018.
Announcement:" Results will be announced on Cinco de Mayo, 2018 via email and the Anima Vox website.
Acknowledgements: Latino Voices is supported in part by the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation, Southwest Airlines, the Surdna Foundation through a grant from the NALAC Fund for the Arts Grant Program, as well as UNCSA and UNCG.