I have always been attracted to contemporary music as a form of expression of the aesthetic and intellectual thought of our time, with which I feel identified.
My experience in this field has given me the opportunity to premiere works of living authors as well as others that are already part of the repertoire for their universal recognition.
Since the year 2016 carried out its own project with a show based on theatrical vocal music "a cappella", with a social background around microviolence.
John Cage: «I am heading towards violence more than towards delicacy, towards hell more than sky, towards ugliness rather than towards beauty, towards impurity rather than pure, because in doing these things they are transformed and we are equally transformed »
About his work "Silent Prayer 4'33": It was a work that anyone could have written, as the skeptics never failed to point out, but, as Cage rarely stopped responding, no one else did it before.
Mauricio Kagel: On the participation of the public: "... I start from the base that the listener is intelligent and not a beast. This may be a naive idea, but I think the smarter the anonymous auditor is supposed to be, the more things can be taken from him. "