In this solo, the musician Julia Robert – a regular at the Instants Chavirés – takes over a baroque instrument: the viola d’amore to make it resonate with the human voice. For this intimate solo, the instrument is first played acoustically, then gradually becomes veiled in sound, by adding objects and effects pedals. A magnificent sensory experience, borrowed from the personality of the musician who saw the opportunity to turn to her Argentinean roots. Mapuche chants reveal her voice and embellish the music with textures and repetitions that gradually approach trance.
« At first glance, Julia Robert’s work defies description. Leaping from astring quartet (Quatuor IMPACT) to a transdisciplinary solo performance (FAME, 2021)performance (FAME, 2021), forming a duo with Charliebeatbox (EXIT), which will lead to awhich will lead to a performative musical piece (2024), taking the time toto integrate an Orchestra of New Musical Creations, Experiments and […]Read more