"Lo grotesco" at EPOS Lab, Festival After Cage

On Wednesday, October 21, at 8 p.m., the chamber opera Lo grotesco (and now listen, inside) will be heard at the Gayarre Theater in Pamplona, for actor, soprano, mezzo-soprano, percussion and bass saxophone, written by Sergio Blardony with a libretto by Pilar Martín gila. The work is inscribed in its original context, the EPOS Lab.3, and takes place within the After Cage Festival, together with other chamber operas by José María Sánchez-Verdú and Carolina Cerezo Dávila, with texts by Nieves Muriel and Rosana Acquaroni , respectively. The artistic team is made up of Raúl Marcos (actor and staging), Margarita Rodríguez (soprano), Marta Knörr (mezzo), Andrés Gomis (saxophones) and Eloy Lurueña (percussion). In addition, the show is complemented by a premiere by Javier Torres Maldonado, for oboe and electronics, performed by Pilar Fontalba.

"Il silenzio svelato" at COMA'20 Festival

On Thursday, September 15, at 7:00 p.m., Il silenzio svelato will be heard in the auditorium of the Getafe Conservatory (Madrid), within the COMA'20 Festival. This work, written for baritone saxophone, piano, percussion and electronics, is suggested by texts by Pilar Martín Gila and San Agustín, and is the precedent to another work with the same theme: La bujía de Stromboli. The performerss will be the Sax-Ensemble, conducted by Santiago Serrate. At the concert, premieres by Jorge Castro and another by Juan Manuel Ruiz and works by Zulema de la Cruz and Claudio Prieto can also be heard.