Each person is a light, a shining star. Despite the distances, we are united in a single entity.
A new land in front of us. It is the second chance to be our best version and share it with those around us.
This work is demanding, it requires questioning social roots and dogmas. It is a work that was born to support the LGBTIQ + community. This piece has a soul committed to equal rights and opportunities among people. A non-normative person is one who has evaluated himself and asked many questions to find the true inner self. That is not something so common in this society. This work is full of questions, internal fights and the fighting spirit necessary to overthrow dogmas.
“O Crux” is beautiful in the sense of calm it evokes. From the lowest of the low sustained notes to the soaring upper voices, the words and the music become one. The tempo and dynamic changes occur so smoothly as to give the listener a feeling of peace. Yet still at the same time, a rising feeling of hope is exciting. This piece is so very well balanced and crafted, it has become a favorite with women’s as well as men’s choirs in countries all around the world.
Land of Angels represents the uncertainty of the time in which it was written. Solo passages, dynamics dominated by PP and P and many moments of silence. Its sound is intended to immerse us in great introspection at the same time that we enter a paradise, a world reigned by angels.
Crucifixus was born as a work to highlight school bulling. A piece that paints every section of the text beginning with whiplash and disturbing contemporary writing. Finding the light and the true being in the middle and culminating with a long that represents death itself.