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About 

 

curtido mío
corazón de barro
aprendiz lento y terrible

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Besides music I have always been very passionate about poetry and about exploring intersections of these two art forms.

In this website I will share my projects and also musical transcriptions and resources about interdisciplinary approaches of music and literature.


Thank you for visiting this website!

 




 

Bio/CV:
 

1997-2008: Studied piano and guitar at Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Quito, Ecuador.

2010: Partial scholarship by Universidad San Francisco de Quito - Colegio de Música (CoM)

2014: Collaboration with Lasicalíptica Artzine (Vol. 5)

            BA in Contemporary Music (Magna Cum Laude) from USFQ

2015: Full scholarship by SENESCYT to attend Berklee College of Music
            Original music for 'Malaventurados', collaboration with Banana Puff

2016: Collaboration with Lasicalíptica Artzine (Vol. 7)
            MMus in Contemporary Performance & Production (Cum Laude) from Berklee College of Music
            Release of Homenaje 
           
Release of An Audiovisual Approach to sollozo por pedro jara (1978)

            Release of Música de fondo para horas menores

            Since Fall '16: adjunct teaching at Universidad de las Artes in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

2017: Collaboration with tête-à-tête.es: Beta fugit
            Object book Wortschatz - Editorial A/raya

            Collaboration with tête-à-tête.es: tríptico 
            doble vida: Collaboration with visual artist Dominique Carrión and Recodo.sx

            artesanía: Collaboration with visual artist Francisco Galárraga and Recodo.sx​

2018: alaquito:  Collaboration with visual artist La Suerte and Recodo.sx​
            Work part of El Orden Natural de las Cosas, an exhibition curated by Lasicalíptica. Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana,                  Quito.

2019: 8M: Rara - Grecia Albán

           Sr. Maniquí presenta "Ábrete Sésamo"

           Wayra Apamushka (Hijas del viento) - Cristina Vera Vega