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País Convidado: Portugal

"Storia Intramuri – Walls" von Carlos "Zingaro" Alves

Zeit: Freitag, 20. April bis Sonntag, 29. April / ganztägig
Ort: Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin / Studio

Carlos Zingaros "Storia Intramuri-Walls" entpuppt sich als tagträumerische Exkursion zu bestimmten Stellen in Lissabon: Strukturen, die leicht übersehen und -hört werden – die Häuserwände der Stadt.

Born in Portugal, Carlos "Zingaro" Alves studied classical music, was a member of the  Lisbon University Chamber Orchestra during the '60s, and in the latter half  of the decade formed Plexus, which was the only  Portuguese new music group around. After completing his Stage Design studies at Lisbon Theater High School, he became involved  in scoring and performing music for theater productions, from 1974 to 1980 he served as music  director for Lisbon-based theater group Comicos. In 1979, he received a Fulbright Grant and was invited to come to Woodstock,  NY and participate in the  Creative Music Foundation. His involvement with the theater continued as he received the Portuguese  Critics Award for best theater music (1981), worked with Italian theater  director Giorgio  Barberio Corsetti on his Kafka Trilogy  (1988), and worked as stage and costume designer for other productions. Zingaro has also produced several  film scores, and collaborated with dance. He has performed at new and improvised  music festivals in Europe, Asia and North America. The '90s found Zingaro performing on many  recordings including his regular collaborations with Richard Teitelbaum.