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Fri, Mar 6 2020 7:30 PM

CCRMA
660 Lomita Dr, Stanford, CA 94305
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CCRMA presents "Salt Itinerary", a new op-era by the Miso Ensemble.
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Fri | Mar 6 | 7:30pm
CCRMA Stage, The Knoll
FREE and open to the public
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"Salt Itinerary" multimedia opera transcends theatrical and music conventions. A New form of Opera, Electroacoustic Theatre, Musical Theatre, Sound Poetry?

Reflecting on Art and Madness, it revolves around languages, words as meaning and words as sound. Both are used as an extension of the body and melted in the construction of the staging as a tangible projection of the resonance of the words through sound and image.

Live audio and video electronic processing and diffusion of the voice, poetry, gestures, music and the drawings creates a polyphony of senses and a counterpoint of meanings.

Molding sounds, lights, pictures and movements as if being drawn, painted or carved, "Salt Itinerary" is a powerful, engaging and challenging combination of music and drama by one performer that shapes new grounds in electronic music and breaks boundaries between music, theatre, opera.

Miguel Azguime: performance, composition, texts, and concept
Paula Azguime: staging & video creation; sound projection, live-electronics
Perseu Mandillo: video directing & live video, computer assistant
Andre Bartetzki: video programming
Miso Studio: technical development

www.azguime.net

FUNDS & SUPPORT
DGARTES (Direção-Geral das Artes)
República Portuguesa Cultura
EASTN-DC
Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

Cost: FREE
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