EL PJARO AZUL DE RUBEN DARIO PDF

Immigrant Report is an online publication celebrating the immigrants of this country through their stories, art, and ideas. Theater is a uniquely collaborative art form, uniting the widely disparate talents and focuses of often dozens of individuals to create one fully realized spectacle for the audience. It can often feel like the various contributors — actors, technicians, designers, writers, choreographers — are speaking different languages. But what if we took that idea a step further? Really leaned into it? The music, a jazz and folklore fusion, serve as a third language of sorts.

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Immigrant Report is an online publication celebrating the immigrants of this country through their stories, art, and ideas. Theater is a uniquely collaborative art form, uniting the widely disparate talents and focuses of often dozens of individuals to create one fully realized spectacle for the audience.

It can often feel like the various contributors — actors, technicians, designers, writers, choreographers — are speaking different languages. But what if we took that idea a step further? Really leaned into it? The music, a jazz and folklore fusion, serve as a third language of sorts. We think of music as the third language in this piece. Given that music is a universal language, audiences have had very positive responses so far: English speaking audiences have shared with us that even though they could not understand the lyrics, the music made them travel and told them a story.

The challenge of creating a multilingual experience that feels natural is very exciting. Many of us live multilingual lives, so creating experiences and art that reflects our own lives feels meaningful and honest.

I recorded a full album based on this story, and his poetry has been in my life ever since. Creating a play that expands on the album I recorded in has made my relationship to his work deeper and even more meaningful.

The idea of leaving home and creating a new home far away from the place that we come from is something that so many of us can relate to nowadays, especially in NYC.

I left Argentina, my home country, back in when I was 21 years old to pursue music and I feel that "leaving" has changed me and made me grow in so many ways. Being away from home and creating lives which are different from the ones we would have in the places we were born, keeps us always changing, expanding and questioning our decisions. We are going into the studio! We will be recording the music in 4 separate recording sessions, including 12 singers and 6 instrumentalists: clarinet, cello, guitar, piano, bass and drums.

I am very excited to record this music for the first time and expand on my arrangements and ideas at the studio. We are also working on the second act with Melis Aker the book writer coming up with new ideas, characters and connecting these stories more and more to our own lives and experiences. Immigrant Report - Home. What We Are Reading. All Articles. Write for us. May Matt Barbot. What do you mean by "bilingual theater? What inspired you to explore the multilingual experience in this way?

Why the story of Ruben Dario? And why did it need to be told this way? When did music become part of the project? What are your own stories of coming here?

How have your experiences shaped your art? How have they shaped this project in particular? What's next for this piece? Tatiana Pandiani discusses her perspective here.

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