Since 2011 INTAKE has been celebrating women in the arts trough a concert on International Women’s day. A lot of our audiences in the United States were not aware of this important date of the influence of women composers, performers, and artists.
We have saturated the air and radio waves and completed two days of rehearsals with INTAKE ensemble members Maestro Paco Giodoy, Ambassador Namm and our leaf blower, Tomas! Quito is set to experience a one of a kind multicultural, multimedia event and we anticipate a full house at the Casa de la Cultura on Monday evening for the international premiere of “Compadre Huashayo”. Don’t miss out on the excitement! Follow us on social media and see the US Embassy’s promotional video clip!
Stay posted for our LIVE INTERVIEW posting with @ManoloEscobar from Fancisco Stereo. Have you signed up for #CompadreHuashayo #Quito, yet? International premiere this Monday July 28th at La Casade La Cultura Ecuatoriana. Benjamín Carrion visual hall.
In an effort to make classical music relevant, accesible, and inclusive, the INTAKE Organization is pleased to have partnered with the Connecticut Early Music Festival. Founded in 1982, the New London-based Connecticut Early Music Society presents an annual festival of between six and nine concerts each June. The term “early music” refers to both a repertory (European music written before about 1800, including medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical music) and an approach to performance (“historically-informed performance,” including the use of period instruments).
Among the offerings at this year’s festival is Henry Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas. The story is based on a short passage in Vergil’s Aeneid in which Aeneas, the mythical founder of Rome, makes a stop in Carthage with his fleet and falls in love with Dido, Carthage’s queen. Purcell completed the opera — the first in the English language — in 1689, and it was first performed in a girl’s school. The Connecticut Early Music Ensemble performance employs a very small instrumental ensemble much like the one that would have been heard at the original performance.
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On Wednesday March 22, Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor, hosted the Medals of Excellence Awards Ceremony of the national Sphinx Organization.
INTAKE Organization Founder and Artistic Director, Angelica Durrell, was among their guests in representation of their Carnegie Hall New York Advocacy Committee, and as mentee in social entrepreneurship of Sphinx Founder, Dr. Aaron Paul Dworkin and Executive Director Afa Sadykhly Dworkin.
En Miércoles 22 de Marzo, Sonia Sotomayor, Jueza de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de los Estados Unidos fue la anfitriona de las Medallas de Excelencia de la organización nacional SPHINX.
En representación de la Organización INTAKE, la Fundadora y Directora Artística, Angélica Durrell fue invitada, como miembro y parte de su Comté de Desarollo de Audiencias del Carnegie Hall; y como aprendíz de empresaría social del Fundador y Presidente de Sphinx, Dr. Aaron Dworkin y su Directora Ejecutiva, Afa Sadykhly Dworkin.