ARTIST AT WORK
A ship siren sounds in the park next to the library; an orchestra at the door to the conservatory uses the movement of passers-by as the score for a concert; a choir listens in silence to the water from a fountain; 75 children with drumsticks create a thundering noise in the school playground for five minutes.
These are just some of the things that happened last year during The Triangle, an educational project whose mission is to connect a primary school, a choir and an orchestra through listening, noise and silence as the driving engines for creativity.
This year we will continue exploring the potential of sound and its creative capacity through experimentation. The choir will pick up where it left off with the voice, inviting artists and musicians to share in processes and strategies. At the conservatory, the violinist Luz Prado will open a space for research into sound by working from the emotions. And at Beato Simón de Rojas primary school, Narcoléptica (Bea Vaca) will develop, alongside the teachers, a music project which will reach every corner of the school.
At the same time, the poet María Salgado will carry out a follow-up of the project which will finally take shape in a publication.
The Triangle is tutored by Nilo Gallego
Programme funded by Fundación Daniel y Nina Carasso