Project A is devoted to creating new interdisciplinary performances, mixing elements from different artistic expressions, sound healing, poetry, and inspiring messages for audiences.

 

We strive to give a voice to societal issues through our performances, offering creative perspectives on themes like environmental sustainability, coexistence, and inclusion.

 

 

SAVE THE FLOWERS

Inspired by the song cycle “Flores Argentinas” by Carlos Guastavino, the performance aims to raise awareness about our relationship with nature through the interaction and contrast between lyrical singing, flowers made from plastic blocks and audiovisual material made with artificial intelligence.

 

SALVEMOS LAS FLORES aims to leave a clear message and create reflection about our environmental impact, also questioning and presenting aspects of the technology/nature duality

 

REVALUING NATURAL HERITAGE THROUGH MUSIC


In collaboration with saxophone player David Bello Arcos, this project aims to revalue and tell the story of diverse natural places through music. 

Counting with an innovative set of instruments and sonorities, the project explore how to merge storytelling and music in order to create more environmental awareness. 

In the example you can listen to the composition “The trees of the Werkwarenhuis”, a command of the Kuntsloc Brabant, based on the natural heritage around the Werkwarenhuis in Den Bosch, The Netherlands 

PACHAMAMA

Mixing soundscapes, binaural beats, dance, medicine songs, and audiovisuals, this interdisciplinary performance takes the audience on a journey to the heart of the four elements, fostering a deeper appreciation and connection with the surrounding nature.

An innovative experience, PACHAMAMA aims to reconnect us with the beauty and value of nature as a whole, promoting sustainability through artistic creation and blending sound healing with music composition.

Creating awareness, surprise, and connection among audiences, PACHAMAMA establishes a collective space for meditation and unites people in the shared intention of embracing our Mother Earth.

Created and performed in Tilburg, the Netherlands, in 2022


VOICES OF THE EARTH

 

An interdisciplinary performance featuring three musicians and a dancer in a public space. It explores the way we humans relate to our planet Earth through different perspectives given by traditional and folk songs from different cultures around the world.

Featuring : David Bello Arcos (Saxophone), Lucas Zampaglione (Guitar), Joana Carvalho (Dance), Maia Steinberg (Singing, Shruti Box)

Created and performed in Tilburg, the Netherlands, in 2023

UNIS PAR LA MUSIQUE

 “Hineh matov umanaim, shevet ajim gam iajad” (“Behold how good and pleasant it is for brothers and sisters to live together in unity”)

Featuring four singers, two instrumentists and an actor, ¨Unis par la musique¨ is an interdisciplinary creation involving music and theatre, conceived to show that we share the same values as human beings no matter our beliefs.


Featuring : Caroline Alkinani, Margaux Frémy, Maia Steinberg, Leire Viscarret, Romain Benkandil, Marco Busetta, Nikos Siderakis, Aurelie Santamarina.


Created and performed in Lyon, France, in collaboration with “Coexister” association, in 2017


OPERA "EJE"

An innovative opera-ballet around the subject of dancing with disability, aiming to create a collaboration between abled and disabled dancers,  highlighting the beauty of our bodies as they are.

Libretto : Alicia Dogliotti – Music : Maia Steinberg x ProjectA

The opera has been awarded a National Music Prize in Montevideo, Uruguay (2016) and the Prix des Trophées Jeunes Ambassadeurs (Rhône Alpes, 2018)

NEW VOCAL PIECES

 ProjectA is committed to create new vocal repertory where the worlds of classical, traditional and medicine music can converge and inspire audiences in different settings.

Composer Maia Steinberg has been creating new choral and solo vocal pieces with meaningful messages and innovative content, receiving international prizes for some of this creations.


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