Freedom is our oldest and noblest pursuit, an ideal that stretches back to humanity’s first days. But our relationship with freedom—how we define it, value it, pursue it—is unique to each of us. Especially freedom. How do you define “freedom?” As one of our oldest and noblest ideas, it seems simple. But our personal relationship with the concept of freedom is unique to each of us—especially when it comes to freeing ourselves from walls that we’ve built for ourselves. In a program featuring works from women and BIPOC composers, TITLE TK explores the idea of freedom as an act of self-discovery. By re-experiencing lost or repressed memories, we unlock a portion of our own identity that has been closed off. The result is a more personal freedom that is no less essential to our livelihood.