On Saturday, February 28th at 20:00h, will be publicly presented the first CD of Conrado Moya, Silentium. The presentation -in the shape of a concert- will take place in the chamber hall of one of the most iconic musical spaces of Alicante, the Auditorium of the Provincial Council (ADDA).
During the concert, audience will be able to hear live the marimba solo works that make up the CD, but also other important works within the extensive repertoire of the artist. At the end of the concert, attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the CD and even a signing session will be organized.
Tickets are already available in www.instanticket.es or two hours before the concert at the ADDA ticket office, at a single price of 5 €.
The marimba solo CD Silentium was born as Conrado Moya’s main project to spread worldwide its instrument, the marimba, and everything that surrounds it: the own repertoire, composers and its performers.
Silentium contains, therefore, great works of the marimba repertoire of well-known composers such as Anna Ignatowicz-Glińska, Emmanuel Séjourné, Pius Cheung or Èric Sammut. However, Conrado also makes a firm commitment to the new promises of the composition for marimba, with works exclusively composed for the occasion by composers such as the Polish Arkadiusz Kątny or the Catalan Ferran Cruixent.
The CD is privileged to have the collaboration of Katarzyna Myćka, one of the most important figures of the marimbistic panorama internationally, participating as Conrado Moya’s duo in three of the ten works that make up Silentium.
Silentium was possible thanks to the sponsorship of Marimba One and Pro-Music Association Amadeo L. Sala, but also thanks to the contributions from 64 people who participated in the crowdfunding campaign, which ended successfully and got the amount required to achieve the project funding.
The recording took place in December 2014 in Audioart Studios where Rafael Monllor handled the recording, producing and mastering. The design, by Pablo Moya, revolves around the representation of silence through word, with the inclusion of the word silence in different languages, and music, symbolized by the figure of a crotchet.
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