Phantone, Angélica Salvi's debut album, expresses what she's been learning with her work over the past few years: she has a unique ability to communicate and express herself freely with her instrument, the harp. Born in Spain, but a resident of Porto since 2011, where she teaches at the local Music Conservatory, her career includes collaborations with Evan Parker, Casa da Música Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Modelo 62, Brokkenfabriek, Butch Morris, and works developed for Sonoscopia or Balleteatro. Phantone, recorded during Encontrarte de Amares event inside the Rendufe Monastery, seeks sound freedom and explores the ways though which sound can inhabit a space using different layers and paths. The “phantom” that exist in the seven pieces of Phantone is very real, but less formal than you think. More an affirmation than a presence, whether in the imagined places of Salvi's music or in the concrete effects that the recording in the monastery induced in her music. Music that you read, hear, smell, feel and taste.
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