poliedro [soundscape] combinación – a collectively created soundscape featuring ana maria romano g.!

poliedro [soundscape] combinación – a collectively created soundscape featuring ana maria romano g.!
 
the other participants are: michele abondano, jorge gregorio, garcía moncada, camilo mahecha, diego makedonsky, and patricia martinez.
 
the artists invite you to go listen and remix the soundscape!
 
http://poliedrosoundscape.blogspot.com.co/p/memorias-de-ciudad.html

Source: Poliedro [Soundscape]: Instantáneas de ciudad…

kind words for hasta mañana al día siguiente by ana maría romano g.!

This album really showcases Ana María Romano G.’s ability to tell a story through the use of sounds. Listening to the album I had a sense each track had its own character and the story was being told through the eyes/ears of this character. It was an adventure and I recommend adding this album to your collection.

Source: Ana María Romano G. – hasta mañana al día siguiente | Echoes And Dust

pan y rosas release hasta mañana al día siguiente by ana maría romano g.

ana maría romano g. is a musician / sound artist and professor from bogotá, colombia. she teaches in formal and informal spaces and at all levels from small children to university students and is currently a professor at the universidad el bosque. she is the director of the festival en tiempo real – space dedicated to artistic manifestations that involve a dialogue between sound and the use of technologies. she is a general co-coordinator of microcircuitos plataforma digital regional. she shares her artistic and teaching work at concerts, lectures and workshops.

her creative interests have led her to work with both acoustic and electroacoustic methods as well as participate in multidisciplinary projects such as contemporary dance, videodance and performance. she also collaborates with artists from colombia and elsewhere in the world of improvisational and interdisciplinary music.

her first album for pan y rosas consists of five pieces created between 2009 and 2016. reactions to current events. accordion. multiple channels and media. voices. rain. transport.

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