Acoustic Space #1

Afterwork by Mahou Premium Light

September 14, 21 and 28 at 8 p.m.
Mahou Premium Light

New conceptions of jazz, electronic music derivations, the radical eclecticism that characterises today's music, and also the points of contact between the classical music tradition and the popular tradition, the boundaries of which are becoming less and less defined, will all be part of this series of concerts.

Museo Reina Sofía, in collaboration with Mahou and its initiative Afterwork by Mahou Premium Light, has organised a musical series that is unique in both form and content, with three concerts in June and three more in September.


Actividad pasada June 15, 2011 - 7:30 p.m.
Peter Broderick

Composer and multi-instrumentalist, Peter Broderick (Portland, Oregon, 1987) is a member of the Danish experimental pop group Efterklang and, despite his young age, has already released over 10 albums, both as solo artist and in collaboration with others. Peter Broderick composes for several instruments (piano, violin, banjo, guitar, percussion). He achieves a perfect balance between virtuosity and emotion in his compositions and has created a sound that is all his own, yet similar to the proposals of artists such as Ólafur Arnalds, Bon Iver or Matt Elliott.

Actividad pasada June 22, 2011 - 7:30 p.m.

One of the most original artists now on the scene, this Brazilian singer, composer and poet has developed a singular sound of her own, combining electronic experimentation with the essence and roots of Brazilian popular music. Cibelle has collaborated with artists such as Matthew Herbert, Devendra Banhart, Seu Jorge and Caetano Veloso, and her music reflects the influence of artists as diverse as Nina Simone, Tom Jobim, Björk, Ella Fitzgerald and Matmos.

Actividad pasada June 29, 2011 - 7:30 p.m.
Bugge Wesseltoft

Pianist, composer and producer, Bugge Wesseltoft (Norway, 1964) was trained as a piano virtuoso in jazz music. In the 1990s he began to explore the relationships between jazz improvisation and electronic improvisation, creating a sound that would mark the future of music in the Nordic countries. In his live performances, Wesseltoft achieves a perfect communion between classical and avant-garde, between jazz and electronic, and between acoustic and digital.