Músicas Memorables - #3 Concerts
The third stage of Músicas Memorables starts in September and it follows through October in the cities of Valencia, Madrid and Pamplona.
In this stage, the project will organize a tour in the mentioned cities where the labs and meetings took place, as a way of getting back in contact with its participant comunities. The elder people involved at the labs will be active participants in each concert. A website will host the sound, audiovisual, text and photographic material produced by its participants, so the memorable musics can live on and exist beyond the project itself, inspiring young and elder people to exchance stories and songs.
The concerts and gatherings will take place as follows:
Le Parody Andalusian artist whose works mixes text and music. Musically known as Le Parody, she has published two albums, CÁSALA (sound/ track), in 2012 and Hondo in 2015. She mixes folklore and electronic music, since her first album was launched she has been on tour in and out of Spain. Besides, as a writer she published in 2016 a poetry book called “Lo que América Puede” signed as Billy Morreale. Her professional career has been developed betwfeen the holes of the self-management and the industry.
Julián Mayorga is a Colombian musician that emerge from the riskiest wing of the new Latin tropical scene. He picks elements from the popular song, electronic, Colombian folklore and psicodelia. His songs are charged of humor, experimentation and surrealism. His shows, characterized by its own mythology and eccentric visuals animations, have been presented in festivals like Sonar Reykjavik (Island, 2018), Sonar Barcelona (Spain, 2017) y RBMA Montréal (Canadá, 2016), between others.
Christian Fernández Mirón works with projects that go through art, education, music and design. He was a founding member of the collective JA !, a member of GED (Education Group of Matadero Madrid); has developed soundtracks and musical projects such as the free improvisation orchestra FOCO or the contemporary opera Todos caníbales. He has worked on initiatives both in the independent and institutional areas that have led him to have extensive experience in projects specifically designed for teenagers, children, families, adults and seniors; questioning and exploring the pedagogies, sensitivities and established formats.
A project created in collaboration between:
Asociación Hablar en Arte / Christián Fernández Mirón
With the support of:
Art for Change La Caixa
Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte
Comunidad de Madrid
Special thanks to:
Centro de Residencias Matadero Madrid