Rachel Rumai Diaz (spoken word) and Lilian Farahani (soprano) bring, driven by the dynamic playing of Ragazze Quartet, a spoken and sung ode to the woman whose voice is heard too little.
We make a journey from the harmonic power of sisterhood, alongside the painful but sometimes necessary existence of safe spaces, to the rustling revolution that is expanding throughout the city.
The newly composed music by Iranian-Dutch composer Aftab Darvishi represents both the Western and Eastern musical tradition. Her music is quiet and atmospheric with a wide variety of colours and nuances. The adamant text is by writer and performer Rachel Rumai Diaz.
Musical inspiration, stories, and experiences from female communities ‘from Amsterdam’s edges, but in the middles of society’, are the inspiration for this musical journey.