ROOM #315 . Ana R Albino and Phillipe Trovão

25 October 2018 | 21h30
O'culto da Ajuda | Lisboa

ROOM #315 

Ana R. Albino and Phillipe Trovão

 

ROOM # 315 is a space of communication in a vague time that persists in the present and that originates in the "Lynch" universe, it is to exist in several sound universes simultaneously, it is to find in sound and silence new meanings at every moment, it is chaos and lucidity, it is reality and imagination, it is the search for truth that is renewed every moment.

An electric guitar with effects and a saxophone have dialogues and monologues from situations now taken from the real world [soundscaping] and from an imaginary world [electronics].

Composition, improvisation and electronic control are the means through which the door of the ROOM# 315 is opened.

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ANA R. ALBINO

Born in Algarve, Ana began her musical studies at the age of 15. Throughout her education, she contacted with several musical styles like jazz, fusion, fado, bossa nova, rock, pop, among others. She graduated in classical guitar from the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa in the class of Professor António Gonçalves and had an Erasmus experience in Spain during a year, in the class of professor Margarita Escarpa. She was awarded at the Golegã International Guitar Competition and presented herself as a soloist in several recitals as well as at the Lagoa International Guitar Festival. At the moment she is complementing her training with jazz studies with Nuno Ferreira, where she develops tools for improvisation and composition. She is a founder of the duo Forma Perdida, teaches at the Music Academy of Telheiras and keeps her musical life very active through her projects and temporary collaborations with several musicians.

 

PHILLIPE TROVÃO

Born in Saint-Tropez, France, Phillipe began his musical studies at the age of 9. Throughout his musical career he had the opportunity to work and explore various musical styles. He has a degree in saxophone from the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa in the class of Professor José Massarrão. He has won several prizes in national and international saxophone competitions, with collaborations in several projects of various musical styles and solo performances in Portugal, Spain and Italy. Currently, his work seeks to explore the saxophone in as many strands of music as possible, being involved in projects of world music, rock, jazz, pop, contemporary music and electronic music.

 

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