Info o Sebastian Plano
Argentinean composer Sebastian Plano, which arrives on June 6 at the Palace Akropolis, his work proves that music truly knows no boundaries. The classically educated musician admits inspiration Latin American folk music and tango in his compositions can also find elements of post-rock, film soundtracks and modern composers Arvo Pärt and Max Richter. We can not therefore included in the current wave of post-classical composer Ólafur Arnalds like or Nils Frahm, who is trying to find a new way to traditional instruments - in the case of Sebastian Plano addition tangents of Latin American origin.
Fascinated equally grand piano and electronic music began plans to write his own compositions as a teenager. His formative years spent in Los Angeles and is currently the home of Berlin. His debut album in 2011 Arrhythmical Part of Hearts, where the sounds of classical and electronic instruments draws amazing landscapes of sound - minimalist and at the same time full of emotions and moods. The board is two years later got a new release and worldwide distribution of care German label Denovali Records, who cares about the musicians moving on the border between classical music and ambient music. On the same brand released in 2013, new album in September Impetus, which instead chooses rather dense arrangements of restraint and let the silence between the notes speak. "It's an album that re-infuses life into the genre of classical chamber music," wrote the liner portal Pretty In Noise. Currently Plano collaborates with cellist Jeffrey Zeigler of the Kronos Quartet on EPs entitled Novel.