The sounds of the rural school will sound this saturday at the Ángel Barja Auditorium in León
10th november 2018
Free entry with invitation, that can be picked up from half an hour before the concert.
In this concert will sound the Four musical stories for children orchestra and Youth Orechestra, written by Hara Alonso:
– The pilgrim drop
– Papagena 2150
– The carpenter who listened to the trees
– Look for in other place
This proyect The Sounds of the Rural School. From Active Listening to Collective Creation arises from the collaboration between the Fundación Cerezales Antonino and Cinia and the Rural Grouped School “CRA Ribera del Porma”. This project aims to stimulate learning and sound experimentation through the residence in the CRA of the musician and pedagogue Luis Martínez Campo in collaboration with the pianist and composer Hara Alonso and Juventudes Musicales de León. Starting from a local perspective, the project seeks to experiment with the sound from the experience, putting emphasis on the processes of collective creation and relating them to core subjects through three key concepts: soundscape, orality and sound recording. From a listening and collaborative attitude, the process is guided by three questions: How do we sound? How does our environment sound? How does the world sound?
Co-funded by Foundation Daniel & Nina Carasso (the project was selected in the 2017 CLAVES call), the project will be developed over three years, during school hours, involving CRA students, their families and the teaching staff.
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