Anaís Azulis creating Music videos, Albums, Songwriting Workshops
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You will get exclusive access to:
- blog posts
- New song videos
- Rehearsal footage
and free entry to 1 show per month AND all of my merch (i.e. CD's, Downloadable Music, Stickers, Active Listening cards for your friends). Also, monthly photos of "Diana the Llamacorn" (featured above) in various locations.
Do you believe that Music can be used as a tool for collective healing? I do, and it’s my purpose to do that. I have also found that in order for healing to happen, more than one medium is needed. If you are in the hospital, why not sing? If you are a shy kid at school who doesn’t know how to ask for help, why not write a song? If I’m writing a song, why not improvise with friends who play classical instruments? I am here to facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations as a bridge between artistic mediums, genres of music and fields of work. I practice these beliefs in my daily life as an composer, singer-songwriter, teaching artist and collaborator.
As an educator, I aim to uplift low income/underrepresented youth in public schools. I have worked as a song-writing teaching artist in Jamaica Plain at Hyde Square Task Force and also in Dorchester with Classroom Cantatas. I also teach ELL classes through songwriting and workshops for low income/housing insecure womxn.
As a songwriter, I worked as an Arts|Lab Fellow at the Boston Medical Center playing music for patients, staff, nurses, and families. More personally, I am a recording artist and I am happy to say that some of my recorded songs have found homes in the halls, rooms and hearts of Boston Medical Center.
As a collaborator, I am an organizer with Weird Folk Fest, creating events that the Boston community and beyond asks for. We create platforms for radical vulnerability, self reflection, creative exchange and a place to build a chosen family in a transient city threatened by gentrification.
As a composer, I support my own healing process, a process necessary in order to achieve a collective healing and liberation in my community. I also take that as a composer for Danse Theater Surreality’s upcoming piece “7 Gorges” about finding ways to love yourself by building a community that fosters growth and celebrates vulnerability.
All of my projects feed into each other by way of mission: healing through music as a bridge between worlds. By supporting one of my projects and/or practices, you support my purpose.
When you become a Patron, you get to see up close my journey as an aspiring music healer in the 21st century. You will have access to monthly raw song drafts, videos of secret shows, rehearsals, blog posts and even free concert tickets.
As a Patron, you will be supporting me in creating financially accessible bilingual music lessons for low income folks. You will help fund my next album, music videos, transportation, food, and equitable payment for my collaborators. Supporting me means supporting a whole community dedicated to growth and the voices that need uplifting.
Thank you for believing in me,