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Trenton LOTUS Project concerts aim to fill pandemic silence

Author: Daniel Aubrey

Artist Tamara Torres — seen here with her painting ‘Silent Enough to Listen to Fragments of Your Soul’ — has lent her creative eye to the LOTUS Project’s debut presentation.
Inaugural Artist-In-Residence, Tamara Torres

“During COVID we experienced something once in a lifetime,” says the Westminster Choir College trained professional musician and LOTUS Project artistic director Alicia Brozovich. “We need to acknowledge it.”

Brozovich says the nonprofit group was founded in November, 2020, when she and a number of her colleagues were out of work and looking toward the future.

“Perhaps it is crazy,” she says about founding a new organization while others were challenged and closing, “but we thought the pandemic was a way of looking at the future. We’re an intentional organization. Our mission is to craft immersive musical experiences in which we can encounter the world with new eyes and a renewed sense of wonder.”

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