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Garcia, Violeta : FOBIA (Relative Pitch)

The second album from Argentinian cellist, composer and improviser Violeta Garcia, exploring the amplified, prepared, expanded and extended violoncello through 15 succinct solo expositions in an album that she describes as a "very hyper-sensitive monster", using unconventional, extended and sometimes terrifying technique amidst powerful creative expression.
 

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UPC: 5904224871192

Label: Relative Pitch
Catalog ID: RPRSS007
Squidco Product Code: 32485

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2022
Country: USA
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Las Gracias, in BS AS , Argentite, in 2020, by Juampi di Cesare.


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Artist Biographies:

"Violeta García is a cellist, improviser and composer born in 1990 in San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has been studying music since 1998.

Studies

She studied at the "Conservatory Astor Piazolla". She also has a Degree in Composition by "Conservatory Manuel de Falla" with Ricardo Capellano and she has a Degree on Musical Arts specializing in violoncello at "Universidad Nacional of Arts (U.N.A)".

She has played with a lot of improvisers around the world: Joelle Leandre, Uri Caine, Brandon Lopez, Chris Pitsiokos, Theo Ciccaldi, Rafael Delgado, Willem Shulz, Tristan Honsinger, Popular Music leaded by Jacques Morelembaum, Hank Roberts, Tony Malaby, Marcos Sanguinetti, Bomba del Tiempo, Gonzalo Aloras, Ana Maria Romano, Lito Vitale, Juan Carlos Baglietto, among others. She also studied classical cello with Stanimir Todorov (Bulgary) and Jorge Perez Tedesco (Argentine).

In 2015 she was selected by FNA to be part of a music residency of improvisation and composition directed by Ernesto Jodos, Oscar Edelstein, Marcelo Moguilevsky and Mariano Tiki Cantero in Bariloche, Argentina.

In 2018 she took part in a collaboration program at Art Basel in Faena Art Center to perform with Naama Tsabar (Israel- NYC) in "Melodies of Certain Damage #opus 2"

In 2019 Violeta has been selected to be part of a Music Summer Camp at Art Omi in New York city to perform and collaborate with other artist in residency from around the world supported by Williams Arts Fundation.

In 2020 she was supported by Ibermusicas to make a composition residency in Spain and had a support from ProHelvetia "Coincidencia" program to coordinate "Public Voices" with Griselda Fresler.

General

She is a performer in many art forms, including free improvisation, contemporary and experimental repertoire and collaborations with dancers and others artists. After years of studying classical and popular music on violoncello and, later contemporary composition and improvisation. Violeta realized that her own musical voice needed to emerge outside specific genres. At the moment she is eager to improvise, compose and create new sounds, experiment with extended techniques, prepared instrument and work with dynamic, rhythmic and original tuneful combinations. Now her primary interest is to open new sound spaces that invite the audience on an inner voyage.

Aside from these projects, she has been on tour in several opportunities with improvisers from Latin America, Europe and USA. She has been part of important experimental ensambles and collectives like: Nicotina es Primavera, El devenir del Rio, Blanco Teta, Monótonos Truenos, Dominga Tango, La Jaula se ha vuelto Pájaro y se ha volado, among others. In 2015 she found a digital label and musics series called TVL-REC (www.tvlrec.com) with Carlos Quebrada (Colombia) and Camilo Ángeles (Perú). It is devoted to publishing new music, experimental groups and collectives from Latin America and other countries."

-Violeta Garcia Website (https://violetagarcia.com/bio/)
11/30/2022

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track listing:


1. Ahre-Dark 2:22

2. Acero 2:04

3. Gravedad 3:22

4. El Paso Del Tiempo 1:47

5. Decidir 4:04

6. laburaHOLIc 2:03

7. Lov3 4:04

8. Vieja 3:44

9. Evil 1:13

10. Largas Esperas 2:26

11. Alone 2:52

12. Lobo 2:05

13. Autofobia 1:49

14. Cielo 2:44

15. Eternidad 2:09
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"Fobia is the second solo album of the Argentinian cellist and composer Violeta Garcia. In the last 7 years Violeta has focused her work on free improvisation exploring the amplified, prepared, expanded and extended violoncello. Violeta describes her album Fobia as a very hyper-sensitive monster. The improvisations were thought and embodied in different types of phobias which give name to the themes of the album. The artist considers this album as a unique piece that marks very important moments in her artistic way/life."-Reative Pitch

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