sábado, 24 de septiembre de 2022

SONOSCOPIA-Microvolumes 4.22- Porto (Portugal)


Microvolumes 4.22 | 

Valeria Miracapillo & Albert Cirera | Los Caballos de Dusseldorf

Microvolumes 4.22
Granular Bastards: Albert Cirera (saxofone) & Valeria Miracapillo (electrónica)
Los Caballos de Dusseldorf (circuit bending)
25 Setembro | 18H | Sonoscopia
Concerto com oferta de jantar: 6 euros
Concert with free dinner: 6 euros
Granular Bastards
“Tacit” means that which is unspoken, which cannot be described - like the knowledge
required to ride a bicycle. [...] Thought emerges from the tacit ground. So if we are
communicating at the tacit level, then maybe thought is changing. The tacit process is
common. It is shared. D.B.
David Bohm inspiring text on dialogue reveal the notion of a tacit knowledge defining
our thoughts and actions. The nature of this improvised sessions for Cirera and
Miracapillo lies in the unspoken. Here what is tacit emerges through sound. Raw,
naked voices from the instrument’s skin. The saxophone activate vibrant objects in his
body, granulation machines sample and output grains with the same rough
mechanics. Dull transients, resonant metal cans, asynchronous periods and chaotic
densities, nothing will smooth out the frictions of thought in its attempt to coherence.
recorded in June 2020, Copenhagen
saxophone: Albert Cirera
live electronics: Valeria Miracapillo
mixing: Valeria Miracapillo
mastering: Sam Nacht, Estudio Libres, Buenos Aires
Albert Cirera
With more than 30 recordings in the last 5 years, Albert Cirera is one of the most
active and versatile saxophonists of the Iberian Peninsula, in the free jazz and
avantgarde scene. He lived 10 years in Barcelona, where he grew up as a musician
playing with Agustí Fernandez, Ramon Prats, Vasco Trilla, Jordina Millà and Massa
Kamaguchi. Then 5 years in Lisbon, where it was consolidated as a creative and
inventive musician, playing regularly with Joao Lencastre, Carlos Zingaro, Gabriel
Ferrandini, Herânin Faustino and Abdul Moaimem. Then 2 years living in Copenhagen
where he studied a Master at RMC and played with Kresten Osgood, Henrik Olsson,
Hakon Berre, Aurelijus Užameckis. Among others he also played with Barry Guy, Andy
Moor (the Ex), Joe Morris, Ernesto Rodrigues, Núria Andorrà, Nicolas Field, Florian
Stoffner, Silvia Bologniesi, Hugo Antunes, Massa Kamaguchi, David Mengual, Paula
Chocron, Don Malfon, Witold Olszak, Nuno Rebelo, Rafal Mazur, Ferran Fages.
Valeria Miracapillo
Composer from the Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium in Copenhagen, she has been
greatly inspired by such an environment of mutual support and collaboration within the
local experimental scene. Combining experience ranging from Film studies to
Electronic Arts, she is now focused on building an interdisciplinary network to grow as
an independent artist who realised the importance of community based practice.
Beside composing for film and theatre she is involved in projects such as The
Strangement Society directed by Miguel Crozzoli, Tacit Ground - improv duet with
saxophonist Albert Cirera, a new collaboration with violinist Dimos Vryzas and her
historical electronic duo named Canyf. She is currently working on Cognitive Failure, a
piece for percussion and electronics recently performed at the Inter Arts Center of
Malmö by Irene Bianco on percussion and data scientist Domenico Villani on live
LCDD (Los Caballos De Düsseldorf)
    Rua de Silva Porto 217, Porto, Portugal
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