Amber Galloway Gallego is one of a growing number of American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters who specialize in the performing arts. If you frequent music festivals and concerts, you might see her -- or an interpreter like her -- grooving to the music, mirroring the emotions and physicality of the artists onstage, interpreting their imaginative lyrics for concert-goers who rely on visual accommodations. She’s interpreted for more than 400 artists at this point, and has a special knack for interpreting hip-hop acts.
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You might have seen this viral video floating around of her signing alongside Kendrick Lamar’s live performance at Lollapalooza. For the hearing audience, watching Amber is captivating and fascinating; for the Deaf community, it’s vital.
In the video above, Amber breaks apart the challenges of interpreting a hearing-centric music world into a visual one and explains some clever ways she has visualized some rather complex lyrics.
She also has her own YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/1stopforasl
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