Friday & Saturday, July 28-29, 8 p.m.
Blanton Auditorium

i / we is a musical journey exploring commonality, struggle, and perseverance through stories of refugees currently settling in central Texas. With personal accounts drawn from hours of interviews and featuring a new work by Joseph V. Williams II, i / we is an international celebration of humanity’s strength and compassion through words and music.


Craig Hella Johnson, voice (U.S.A)
Håkan Rosengren, clarinet (Sweden)
Louis-Marie Fardet, cello (France)
Alejandro Montiel, guitar (Venezuela)
Isaac Bustos, guitar (Nicaragua)
Jennifer Choi, violin (U.S.A.)
Travis Marcum, field work and interviews (U.S.A.)
Yuliya Lanina, artwork (Russia)
Toby Rodriguez, video projections (U.S.A)



This project is created in partnership with Refugee Services of Texas and proceeds will benefit their resettlement services. We are profoundly grateful to the individuals and families from Iraq and Syria who opened their homes and hearts to us in this process.