Listen to a conversation hosted by Cristina Baccin with Argentinian musician and composer Alejandro Rutty, currently Associate Professor of Music at the University of North Carolina about his new album “Exhaling space”, a project that musically portrays the basic need -but often forgotten- for space and breathing.
In this dialogue, Professor Alejandro Rutty walks with the listener in the paths of his aspiration to recreate a musical language that inhales South American folkloric genres and tango, and exhales a speech of his own. We invite the listeners to be open to a new experience in tango.
1- Exhaling space for string quartet / Exhaling Space / Alejandro Rutty / Navona Records
2- Martian milonga/ Exhaling Space / Alejandro Rutty / Navona Records
3- Qualia for piano/ Exhaling Space / Alejandro Rutty / Navona Records
Originally aired on KUNM (July 21, 2018)
And this is my art work, inspired in this music:
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