17|11|2019 CARLOS CIPA

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Componist en multi-instrumentalist Carlos Cipa is terug op post met zijn nieuwe album “Retronyms”. 

De klassiek geschoolde pianist verruimde zijn horizon door tijdens zijn tienerjaren de drums op te pakken. Hiermee ging hij de hele wereld over met verschillende muziekstijlen onder andere met gelijkgestemde artiesten als Hauschka en Ólafur Arnalds. Maar oude liefde roest niet en zo keerde hij terug naar de piano en daarmee reist hij heel Europa door. 

Carlos Cipa is een graag geziene gast in Leuven, vandaar dat we hem in een intieme clubsetting kunnen presenteren om zijn album Retronyms te kunnen voorstellen

Praktisch:

Ticketprijs 10 euro mits reservatie via v@artkom.be of online ticket via eventbrite

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Carlos Cipa is a Munich-based composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has been classically trained on the piano and studied contemporary classical composition at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich. During his teenage years, he started playing the drums and gained experience as a member of various bands. Experimenting with different styles of music, he turned back to piano as his main instrument, facilitating him to find his way throughout composition and improvisation, before releasing his debut »The Monarch and the Viceroy« and his sophomore record »All your life you walk« on Denovali Records in 2012 and 2014.

»Retronyms« is Cipa’s third studio album. After his first two albums put a focus on the piano, Cipa exponentially expands his artistic approach as well as his colour palette on »Retronyms«. The eight pieces see Cipa bring together his background as a classically trained pianist and composer with his interest for pop music, jazz and electronic music in all its diverse facets. Each note on this album is meticulously thought through and yet »Retronyms« radiates with visceral liveliness.


Practical:

Entrance: 10 euro after reservartion by mail v@artkom.be or online ticket on eventbrite

17|11|2019 CARLOS CIPA
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