The "voice of the voiceless," Argentina's Mercedes Sosa was a leader of the nueva canción movement, created to resist South America’s military dictatorships. Her extraordinary voice and rebellious songs were rooted in Argentinian and other South American folk music. After her arrest and exile, she returned stronger than ever.
Come for: A journey beyond categories of musical style, exploring themes of identity, physicality, and virtuosity.
And more: A world premiere from Annie Gosfield, whom the BBC called "A one-woman Hadron collider, the queen of the detuned industrial noise."