Angélica Negrón: The genre-subverting composer on embracing all sides of her identity : Alt.Latino Felix Contreras and Anamaria Sayre sit down with Angélica Negrón to talk about the importance of representation, making music with plants and what inspired her to begin composing.

Angélica Negrón: The genre-subverting composer on embracing all sides of her identity

Angélica Negrón: The genre-subverting composer on embracing all sides of her identity

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Angélica Negrón is this week's guest on Alt.Latino. Catalina Kulczar/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Angélica Negrón is this week's guest on Alt.Latino.

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Felix Contreras and Anamaria Sayre sit down with composer Angélica Negrón to talk about the importance of representation, what inspired her to begin composing and making music with plants.