Inspired by the concept of Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with gold to make it stronger and better than it was before, FRAG’MENTS is an hour-long meditative/healing audiovisual spatial work created by Ricardo Romaneiro.
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Inspired by the concept of Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with gold to make it stronger and better than it was before, FRAG’MENTS is an hour-long meditative/healing audiovisual spatial work created by Ricardo Romaneiro. The work features a string trio, piano, harp & electronics and weaves original compositions with reimagined pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Satie, & Chopin. Accompanied by a live liquid light show created by Liquid Light Lab, audience members are immersed in a psychedelic kaleidoscope of colors and patterns using gold oil dyes. National Sawdust is a proud Meyer Sound Experience partner.
About Ricardo Romaneiro
Ricardo Romaneiro was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil and moved to the U.S. at an early age. A graduate of The Juilliard School, Ricardo’s music synthesizes his major musical influences & passions: classical music & electronic music.. The New York Times described his work as “a blissful and compelling mix of Minimalist-derived rhythmic ecstasy and nightclub beats”. His music has been featured, performed and commissioned in eclectic range of institutions, festivals, and projects such as the Museum of Modern Art’s Summergarden Series, New Juilliard Ensemble, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Artechouse, Metropolis Ensemble, Wordless Music, Ensemble LPR, Nu Deco Ensemble, ECCE, American Composers Orchestra, Quintet of the Americas, the Alvin Ailey Dance Company, Colorado Ballet at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, and the Sacramento Ballet.
Ricardo’s music has been featured on NPR live broadcast from Prospect Park Bandshell as part of Celebrate Brooklyn! summer concerts. His work has been featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Vice/Creators Project, Esquire Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, Untapped Cities, Vogue & Edible Manhattan A recipient of the ASCAP Rudy Perez Songwriting Scholarship, Ricardo earned a Bachelor degree in composition from Manhattan School of Music and a Masters degree in composition from The Juilliard School.
Recent performance with the Wordless Music Orchestra at BAM Opera House for the live film & orchestra performance of Terrance Malick’s film Voyage of Time, it was orchestrated, composed and arranged by Ricardo for 100 piece orchestra and choir with Ricardo performing live electronics with producers & director present for the performance. Other film works include Nat Geo & Disney+ commission for “Welcome To Earth” & “Secrets of The Whales” live premiere performance, Kennedy Center live scoring of Thomas Edison’s silent film “A Christmas Carol”. And the live scoring of silent classic films such as Metropolis and The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari.
Ricardo has co-founded an audiovisual collective & collaboration called SUBHAZE, where they create immersive concerts, festival installations and concepts with an array of artists, brands, ensembles, orchestras & venues – creating an audiovisual experience that transcends the traditional forms of presentation.
About Liquid Light Lab
Liquid Light Lab is the work of Steve Pavlovsky, a multi-dimensional light artist from New York City. A majority of his work utilizes liquid projection, experimental media, and hand-made organic elements first seen in the Psychedelic Light Shows of the 1960s. Following on the visual music traditions of Kandinsky, Thomas Wilfred, and The Joshua Light Show, Mr. Pavlovsky invokes the sublime and spiritual. Building upon an analog relationship to Light and Time, Pavlovsky has created Liquid Light Lab, a living, breathing, visual expression of music, nature, and the human spirit.
Concurrent with live performance and installation, Liquid Light Lab is also a vehicle for public information about Light Shows, and provides tools and guidance to other artists around the world.