The Imani Winds Perform Coleman, Ravel

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The name "Imani" means "faith" in Swahili. The Imani Winds step out on faith with their mission and their music. It's not easy to make a living as a full time wind quintet.

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In concert at Lincoln Center as part of the the Chamber Music series, the Imani Winds perform flutist Valerie Coleman's "Umoja" and a transcription of Ravel's "Le Tombeau de Couperin."

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