I am very happy to share the live recording of Monólogo, made one month ago in our Klassenabend Konzert in HfMT Köln.
Monólogo is an old piece (“voice study”) that I composed in 2015 in Zaragoza. It was actually not a piece but an experiment with spoken voice. I hope you enjoy it!
The next Tuesday 4th of December I am presenting my piece “Monólogo”, composed in Zaragoza in 2015. It’s a “voice study” for spoken voice, and it will be performed by Núria Vinyals Rovira and myself.
Very excited! Komm vorbei!
Yesterday, the 30th, it was in my last event of FUGA as a resident. I performed in Zaragoza with Scuola de l’Anima, sang one Flecha’s Ensalada, as my mates Pyur (Sophie Schnell), Fis (Oliver Peryman), SLT (Santiago Latorre) and Kyoka performed their music. Nice night, lovely people, I can’t believe this is ending…
Some pictures by Julián Fallas.
Performing “Ansien” by John Bence, 15th of December 2017
By Pedro Anguila.
The next Thursday 15th I will be performing “Ansien” by John Bence in Etopia. “Ansien” is a piece for baritone soloist and choir and Bence composed it last year during his residence in Etopia. We will perform the piece in a room near the Sound Lab which has a special acoustics needed for Bence’s work.
[John Bence and Csma’s Chamber Choir. By Pedro Anguila. 2015]
I will sing the piece with Csma’s Chamber Choir –conducted by Elena Ruiz– and Néstor Pindado as the baritone soloist. This photo was taken last year when we started a collab with John Bence.
We absolutely enjoyed the concert –and the landscape– we had this morning in Alfranca Palace, Zaragoza.
Last Thursday the 24th of March Scuola de l’Anima sang in Vic, during the Religious Music Festival. It was a nice concert in the Modernist church of l’Escorial; I was happy to see friends and family around the audience. Here you can read about the festival: http://www.el9nou.cat/noticies_o_0/46326/una-desena-d_actuacions-centren-festival-bbva-musica-religiosa
We sang renaissance and baroque music from England, Germany and Spain. Actually I am thinking how this kind of music really influences me composing, more –sometimes– than music of our times.
Have nice easter holidays!
P.S.: Soon I will share some video recordings (: