EcoVoce is a trio of classical musicians whose motto is, "A Music Voice for Nature." Now in its 12th season, the ensemble offers innovative concert programs around the theme of Nature, peforming in venues from the concert stage to outreach programs in schools, nature centers and at festivals.
EcoVoce founder and artistic director Denise Freeland spoke with Classical WETA's Deb Lamberton about the ensemble's history, and about their upcoming multi-media performance Sunday evening, June 20th at Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill in Alexandria, VA, called "Breathing Naturally: Music, Poetry, and Art of Women Inspired by Nature."
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