Tremor’s 2019 edition has come to an end.
We leave S. Miguel with our hearts in this project, in this people, in this music. This photoghaph by Paulo Pimenta sums up the beggining and the end of everything.
Rodrigo, attending one of the concerts, hands on the PA, listening to music. So many layers, so many memories, so many beautiful readings, that is better to leave it like this, no more explanations.Thank you Paulo, for this photo and for all your work; You were more a catalyst of good things than a photographer and that’s beautiful.
We should thank the generous people that worked with us, the amazing musicians from this and last year (thanks for so many things), everyone at Asism Açores and at Escola de Música de Rabo de Peixe, everyone we crossed paths with and that facilitated it all. “No man is an island”.
Thank you Luis, Antonio, Márcio and Joaquim, for the invitation, for the trust, but also for your tremor. Please know that is special and unique what you created here and that is seen and felt. For us, tremor still is the most beautiful message Azores ever lay down to the sea, in anual bottles. A hug (another one) to the marvellous Rachel Korman, Rubén Monfort and Gui Garrido, that always put such a good feeling in what they do, that the feeling spreads and grows. Extensible to all at the tremor family. People in this for the right reasons.
A special hug to our Samuel, partner of this and other projects, lover of smiles and cows lying down and whole body musician.
To do what we love, in special places, with special people, always results in this mix of commotion and tenderness. That entrenches.
“Take the message out of the bottle”
With: Alfredo, Luis, Dino, Cristóvão Ferreira, Biagio, João Malaquias, Leonardo, Tiago Dias, Filipe Ponte, Luis Senra, Gianna de Toni, Carlos Miguel Mendes, Silvia Soraia Oliveira, Licínio, Isabel, Vanda, Adriana, Andreia Dias, Emanuel Sousa, Rodrigo, Elisabete Raposo, Ema Goncalves, Lúcia Lima, Maria Lima, Miguel Lima, Sara Lima, Augusto, Yara, Jorge Lavouras
This was a very intense creative week with Associação de Surdos de S. Miguel, Escola de Música de Rabo de Peixe and a set og amazing musicians from the Azores islands.
Tremor is this special place and moment and we’re thankful to be part of it. Thank you António Pedro, Kitas, Rúben, Rachel and all at tremor’s sweet team.
Special thanks to Samuel Coelho, for all the work and talent, and Paulo Pimenta for what he is and what he’s been doing for the project, with these people.
Thank you all.
The last edition of the performative visits of Portas do Tempo, in Vila Nova de Cerveira, was a great farewell. This was a project where we learned, experienced, enjoyed ourselves.
Thanks to Comédias do Minho and the Teatro do Noroeste, Talkie Walkie and Raul Pereira and to all the artists and participants. It was a beautiful journey!
A ondamarela está pela ilha a trabalhar com a nossa escola de música preferida do mundo, a Escola de Música de Rabo de Peixe. Juntos agora mesmo em residência artística para o Tremor Festival 2019. <3Vejam tudo pelo stories ig & fb do Tremor!#tremor2019 #tremorfestival19
Publicado por Tremor em Sábado, 16 de fevereiro de 2019
Ondamarela was this weekend conducting the first workshops to create the opening concert of Tremor 2019. We worked with the wonderful Music School of Rabo de Peixe and with our dear ones of “Som.Sim.Zero.”, from last year.
S. Miguel island continues to be beautiful!
Ondamarela is in the North of Austria, developing a community based project, to the opening of the Festival of Regions, on the 28th of June.
A Community Orchestra that is recruiting everywhere!
Antes de nos dirigirmos para a última Porta do Tempo, que se abre a 9 de Fevereiro em Vila Nova de Cerveira, recordamos de coração cheio a nossa visita-performativa em Paredes de Coura com Álvaro Domingues e Manuel Tur, muito bem acompanhados pelo Mais Teatro Amador Courense e as dançadeiras do Rancho de Vascões, com cenário da Madalena Martins.
Publicado por Portas do Tempo em Quinta-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2019
How lovely is this video of the Portas do Tempo program – Paredes de Coura, with a performative visit by Álvaro Domingues and Manuel Tur, in the beautiful and protected landscape of Corno do Bico.
Thank you very much to Mais Teatro Amador Courense and the dancers from Rancho de Vascões for their participation. And thanks to Madalena Martins for letting us use some of her magnificent works.