¡Open La Puerta!

Martin Rodriguez

¡Open La Puerta! Is a music and sound collage performance inspired by composer Martin Rodriguez’s heritage as a Mexican-Polish-American. Using a patchwork of sounds influenced by growing up on the boarder town of Rio Rico, Arizona to coming of age in a Seattle suburb in the 90s, he creates cinematic soundscapes offering a door to the imagination. Martin will be performing his composition with a small ensemble of musicians, mixing elements of improvisation and found art (including family videos & photos), along with hand made electronic instruments creating a musical atmosphere that reflects his diverse upbringing and the roads that have brought him to call Montréal home.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 28 February 2013 / 20:00

Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

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