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Have you ever thought what space sounds like?
"Music from the Stars" is an innovative project in which we fusion music and astronomy. Through overprinting aleatory staffs over star maps, we obtain a variety of melodic, harmonic and rhythmic patterns in which the stars are the musical notes, and the distances of millions of light years represent the musical intervals.
This elements mixed with the human interaction of musicians, give us a unique show which transport us in an intense 360° audiovisual journey. With a 900 m2 visual screen and sound.
Join us this 21st of June at 22H00 in the Hemisferic, Valencia-España.
Hugo Caicedo (Ecuador): Computer, APC40, Roland PCR300, Orbit.
Victor Mendoza (Mexico): MalletKat.
Michael Sean Harris (Jamaica): Keytar, Voicelive.
Mt Aditya Srinivasan (India): Tabla.
Ryan Renteria (USA): Guitar.
This event is a presentation of Hugo Caicedo for
Master in Music Technology Innovation - Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus
Event with support of:
Berklee Valencia - IZI Studios - Dogma Central - Hemisferic
Hugo Caicedo is an experimented Ecuadorian musician and producer, he has had a wide musical spectrum and has based his career in the innovation of different genders and tendencies, exploring the acoustic and electronic world, making studies about the use of new technologies applied to the musical ambient.
In this time he present his new concept "Music from the stars." Project where the art and science are combined inspiring one another to create an unforgettable experience.
Between his more important projects we can find his personal project ZION012, Sudakaya and the foundation of his own label IZI Studios that has as an objective to expand the emerging talents in Ecuador.