Radia Show 590 | La experimentación musical en el Perú


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Season after season we are glad to be part of Radia and to share radio productions coming from every latitude. This week we bring you into the Peruvian experimental music scene thanks to a pretty unexpected encounter we had a few weeks ago with Alejandro Cornejo Montibeller, field recorder, journalist and professor at the San Martín de Porres University, in charge of the Sound Research Workshop on Radio (ISONAR). We talked about radio in Peru and about his students whom he's trying to teach the beauty of the medium and language, the richness of its language, the stories to be told.

That is how it came to us the idea to share one of their latest production, a radio documentary gathering voices and sounds from the experimental music scene in Peru.

Valencia Vanessa Ramos, former member of RadioDialnet.com and member of the Group of Sonora Research Peru, presents La experimentación musical en el Perú, a radio documentary that sheds light onto the experimental music scene in Peru, by bringing together the testimonies of some of its authors - from Lima, Barranco, Miraflores, Los Olivos to Jesu Maria, Independence, El Rimac and Cusco - their comments and thoughts about the many ways their music have sought to break the established parameters of Peruvian society by using noise and dissonance.

La experimentación musical en el Perú is produced in collaboration with ?Cinthya Robles Rodríguez, Alfredo García Burga, Rosa Dávila López? - now part of radiodialment.com - and Alejandro Cornejo Montibeller.

The documentary is part of A Blind Date, a quite original sound cycle of eight documentaries presented at the Alliance Francaise de Miraflores. The project is led by Alejandro Cornejo Montibeller.

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