Clarice Assad



The term “AMAZÔNIA SEM LEI” sheds light on the instinctive greed and selfishness rampant in corporate institutions that burden the environment and people who rely on it for sustenance. This phrase serves as powerful inspiration for the hope of a better future, demonstrated powerfully through MIT’s recent 20-minute new work for wind ensemble and violin – with the same name. Creating a space to reflect on this expression, which is so firmly rooted in cultural history, at once celebrates strength while inspiring hope. It’s a dynamic reminder of our obligation to serve as stewards of these precious natural resources.

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