Tuesday, 29 March 2011

26.03.2011 Fifth Anniversary of the NIU

Our favourite place in Barcelona - the NIU - is five years old now. We play a tribute session for it! Together with Marti doing visuals and David making his Impossible-presentation in his impossible style.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

23.03.2011 World Water day with viva con aqua

We play on the World Water Day. Friends of us started the spanish section of "Viva Con Agua", a NGO that works for worldwide free access to drinking water. The party they made in the Raval located Freedonia was a blast. After us there was a Rumba-band and a tapdance-hip-hop-freestyle session going on.

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Paul Rose - "Works for Theatre" out now on bandcamp

A selection of music and score done for theatre and dance, all composed and produced by Institut FATIMA's Paul Rose is available now on our bandcamp-site. (or listen to it via the player below).

Barcelona based musician Paul Rose presents a selection of tracks from works he did for theatre plays, choreographies and installations. In 2007 he collaborated in the first of an ongoing series of plays with set-designer Maria Pons and director Beatriz Liebe. "Agnus Lupus" was a play, but also an instalation that the audience was invited to visit after seeing the performance (Instituto del teatro, Barcelona, 2007). For "Mon Amour" was a play based on M. Dumas' "Hiroshima Mon Amour". The stage set was based on 5 isles that during the days after the performance worked as automated installations, with music, sound, light and robotics involved (Strobe-festival, Amposta, Spain, 2008). The third play/installation that Paul worked on was called "Palabres Alaudes" - A multichannel audio-theatre-installation that was on display at Convent de San Agusti, Barcelona, in december 2009.

With choreographer Angela Lamprianidou he worked on various dance- and performance-pieces. Here we can hear excerpts from "Shortcuts" (2008), "Sit" (2010) and "Shortcuts Collagen" (2011). The plays have been performed at various theaters in Spain and Germany.