Tiago Cadete [discover the artist]
2023 May 4
2023 May 5 (Premiere)
2023 May 6
2023 May 6
Venue: Cine-teatro João d’Oliva Monteiro (Alcobaça, Portugal)
Who are the new migrants? And what desires do they have when they migrate to the country that colonized them? The new project by Tiago Cadete – CONCERTO – was created with the complicity of 20 Latin American migrants living in Alcobaça, Pombal and Granollers (Catalonia), whose testimonies make up the text of the performance. An empty audience is the stage for a concert of multiple voices, forming a score that reveals contemporary migratory processes in juxtaposition with colonial history. The result is a concert without a body, a ghostly concert of voices.
The show inverts the traditional relationship in a theater hall, placing the audience on stage. Seated, the spectators listen to the migration stories through the voices of the migrants themselves, projected by twenty black columns that populate the audience. CONCERT is the sound composition with the voices of those who, invisible, we usually do not hear.
Creation, sound and light design: Tiago Cadete
Sound design: Nico Espinoza
With the participation of: Alina Canosa; Alison Rojas; Angel Arteaga; Damariz Ushiña; Danitsa Cabrera López; Elida Hernández; Emilsón Henry; Esther Lozano; Ikebana Cabrera; llonka Flores; Jonathan Zapata; Kevin Mazariegos; Leonela Rendón; Lucía de la Maza; Melody A.; Paulina Tovo; Roxana Gomez; S. Martínez; Sergio Del Rio; Thais Peixoto; Vinicio Figueredo
Producer: Ana Lobato
Mediators (PT): Jonnathan Zapata and Pablo Peixoto
Mediator (CAT): Laura Colomé
Transcription and translation: Diana Cadete and Lucía de la Maza
Press Advisor: Mafalda Simões
Co-Production: ARTEMREDE (PT), in association with the Municipalities of Alcobaça and
Pombal and Transversal (CAT), in partnership with the Municipality of Granollers, in Tandem under the project Stronger Peripheries: A Southern Coalition
Residencies: Casa Varela – Centro de Experimentação Artística e Cine-Teatro de Alcobaça João d’Oliva Monteiro (PT), CAM – Centre d’Arts en Moviment Roca Umbert (Centre for Moving Arts) and TAG – Teatre Auditori de Granollers / Llevant Teatre (CAT).
Residency Support: Centro Cultural da Malaposta
Support: Servei de Nova Ciutadania; CNL Granollers; Casa-Atelier Vieira da Silva
Project funded by: Stronger Peripheries: A Southern Coalition, co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union and the Portuguese Republic – Culture / Directorate-General for the Arts
Duration: 45 minutes
Note: the performance is in spanish and portuguese