Inversion Ensemble presents Inversion at the Library April 13


Inversion Ensemble presents Inversion at the Library April 13
Saturday April 13, 2024 at 7:30 PM
Austin Central Library
710 West Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, TX 78701

Inversion proudly presents Inversion at the Library, Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 PM at the Austin Central Public Library. This evening will feature Da Capo, Inversion’s soprano/alto-only group of singers, as well as a combined chorus of singers from all four of Inversion’s vocal ensembles. The music performed, mostly by BIPOC composers, will focus on common lived experiences by immigrants, finding our places in our community and the world, exploring some of the world’s many cultures, and defining what makes us feel at home.

The concert features African Violet by Jimmy Kachulis, the winner of the Sandra Fivecoat Memorial Composition contest, plus world premieres by in-house composers Benjamin Dia and Adrienne Inglis. The concert will be conducted by Artistic Director Trevor Shaw and Da Capo Director/Inversion Administrative Director Katrina Saporsantos.

This project features a collaboration with Inversion Cares partner Casa Marianella (

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General admission $30; students $10 with promo code LIBRARYSTUDENT
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Accessibility: Please request a large print program by emailing [email protected]‬ before April 7. Inversion will offer a virtual viewing option for this concert later in the year. The titles and text will be projected on a screen. The venue is ADA accessible.

Inversion Ensemble was supported by New Music USA’s Organization Fund ( which receives support from the Cheswatyr Foundation, Fifth House Ensemble, and legacy contributions to the organization’s endowment. Support for organizations based in New York State is provided in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor. Support for organizations based in New York City is provided in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and with support from the Howard Gilman Foundation.