Susan Campos-Fonseca (Image: H.Malik)
SoundArt: From Costa Rica to NYC
SoundArt: From Costa Rica to NYC features rarely heard music by composers from Costa Rica, including Susan Campos-Fonseca, Rocío Sanz Quirós, Pilar Aguilar, Valeria Bregón, Edmundo Ramírez, and Carlos José Castro Mora; who will perform with SoundArt.NYC, a music collaborative ensemble exploring and defining new paths for creativity and musical trends.
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Admission: Free and open to the public.
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This concert, curated by Carlos José Castro Mora and Edmundo Ramírez, features music by Costa Rican composers, and displays the variety of influences and expression of the country's contemporary musicians. The program includes acoustic and mixed-media pieces by Susan Campos-Fonseca, Rocío Sanz Quirós, Pilar Aguilar, Valeria Bregón, and Carlos José Castro Mora, performed by Ramírez, the Bleecker String Quartet, and SoundArt.NYC.
Espino Blanco: for viola d'amore and electronics
Viola d’amore: Edmundo Ramírez
Carlos José Castro Mora:
Ocho Piezas y un Epilogo: for guitar
Bleecker String Quartet
SoundArt.NYC / Edmundo Ramírez
SoundArt.NYC is a music collaborative ensemble that explores new paths for creativity, combining new and old instrumental technologies. The project is led by Multi instrumentalist/Composer Edmundo Ramírez and Producer/Musician MegManMusic, and features ensembles such as the Bleecker String Quartet.