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Projects
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Projects

Ciudad Bolivar

Un proyecto que busca contribuir a que niñas, niños y adolescentes, de zonas marginales de ciudades de Colombia, aprendan de manera divertida y práctica el proceso de creación, transformación y difusión de la música electrónica.

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Con esto se quiere "democratizar" la música electrónica facilitando las herramientas, los conocimientos y las técnicas de este género a públicos no tradicionales, en este caso, a personas que viven en situación de vulnerabilidad, pobreza y exclusión, y en entornos afectados por la violencia.

Se invitó a participar a un grupo de artistas con quienes se desarrollará el proceso formativo (teórico y práctico) en Ciudad Bolívar.

Live Band

Julio Victoria embarked on his LIVE project in 2014, with the goal of transcending the dance floor. Merging electronic rhythms with indigenous instruments, he crafted experimental new sounds; a sonic ride that goes from 80 to 126 bpm, across multiple musical genres and cultures.

Having researched traditional rhythms from Colombia’s diverse roots, Victoria was inspired by the sounds of the pacific coast and eastern plains. Afro-colombian instruments, such as the marimba, have been blended with the harp, a staple of Joropo country music.

Victoria’s performance at both the largest private festival and the biggest electronic music festival in Colombia – Sonar Bogota, Estereo Picnic and BAUM – was a resounding success.

More interesetingly, Victoria had a spectacular reception when he took his experimental sounds to the classical establishment, rocking the grand auditoriums of the Planetarium, Teatro Colon, National Museum and the Tertulia Museum in Cali. In 2018 he also took his LIVE show around Europe – to Black Box Musiikkitalo in Helsinki, Jaeger in Oslo and La Marbrerie in Paris.