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Waves of Redemption a benefit project for the victims of 7S,19S and 23S

Waves of Redemption Cover

We’ve released the compilation “[Waves of Redemption] Contemporary sounds in solidarity with Mexico” on November 2th with the aim for helping in reconstruction labours in indigenous communities that was affected by the Earthquakes with epicentres in Chiapas (September 7th), Puebla (September 19th) and Oaxaca (September 23rd)
Waves of Redemption is an international compilation with artists working into the contemporary music, alt-classical, experimental music and sound art fields.

The people can look more deeply to this project at: https://substrata.mx/waves-of-redemption

The artists where invited to donate one unpublished track or to record something new.
The artists that donated tracks (for the digital edition) are: Angélica Castelló, Carl Michael Von Hausswolff, Rogelio Sosa, Z’EV, Francisco López, Joachim Montessuis, Carmina Escobar, Richard Skelton, Dirk Serries, Kristoffer Lo, Mario Díaz de León, Lori Goldston among many more.

This project was presented at SOMA México.

The main goal of this compilation is to aim for funds for reconstruction labours by the Mexican NGO: Cooperación Comunitaria.
As a permanent project we are going to present live performances, talkings and non-traditional projects with the aim of raising funds for a physical edition that is going to include texts by renowned mexican researchers and artists, also the revenues of this album is going to be directed to reconstruction labours in Oaxaca.

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Carmina Escobar (Mx)

carmina escobar

Personnel:

  • Carmina Escobar (Mx): Voice, media

Experimental vocalist Carmina Escobar is a creative performer, interpreter of contemporary music, improviser, sound and intermedia artist from Mexico City. Her work focuses primarily on sound, the voice, the body and their interrelations to physical, social and memory spaces. She has intensely explored the capacities of her voice developing a wide range of vocal techniques that she applies not only to her performance and creative practice but also to investigate radical ideas and concepts regarding the voice.

She has studied vocal technique with diverse singers and vocalists such as: Hebe Rosell, Jacqueline Bobak, Michiko Hirayama, Shelley Hirsh, Meredith Monk, Joan La Barbara, Juan Pablo Villa and Jaap Blonk. She has been awarded with the Performers Grant on two occasions by the National Fund for the Arts in Mexico, recipient of the MID Atlantic Arts Foundation 2010 and USArtist International Award 2010 with the Estamos Ensemble Project and is currently holder of the 2014 NFA Master Artist Grant. Artist in residency at OMI Music (New York), STEIM (The Netherlands), Krakow Academy of the Electroacoustic Music Studio (Poland), CANTE (center for the arts and new technologies) (Mexico), BINAURAL (Portugal), Guapamacátaro Art and Ecology Residency (Mexico), Montalvo Arts Center (California) and I-Park (Connecticut).

As a performer of contemporary music she has specialized in repertoire for solo voice, the premieres of works by emerging and established composers and the realization of new operas involving experimentation, interdisciplinary collaborations, multimedia, and new technologies. She is founder, co-director and vocalist of [LIMINAR], “one of the most exciting contemporary and experimental music ensemble in Mexico.” She has performed and presented her own work in diverse festivals, biennials, experimental venues, formal concert halls and living rooms of the Mexican Republic, the USA, and Europe.


http://carminaescobar.com/

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