FRIDAY 24 OCTOBER at 10 pm
Venue: MACBA Auditorium.
Fee: 8 € / 6 € in advance
Théo Martelet (electroacoustic device, trumpet) is a very young composer, born in 2000. Discovering concrete music led him to create an infernal machine made out of sound objects that played out over eight minutes in his first composition, the astounding sound battle Nautilus Progradation. He followed this up with further compositions in his short but brilliant career, eventually winning third prize in the 2013 edition of the international Luigi Russolo Award for noise music. This year, during the Russolo Award ceremony at MACBA, Martelet will play music live over the legendary cabinet of Doctor Caligari.
Friday 24 October 2014, 9 pm. Théo Martelet creates a live soundtrack to the film The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari.
Information on the second LEM concert scheduled for December will be available on our website soon.
Organised by Gràcia Territori Sonor
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