I have been interested in all the possibilities that music
and sound can offer to the worlds of Theatre, Video and Cinema.
In Theatre I have extended the use of sound to the stage;
working with the rhythm of the actors; their movements, speech
and spoken choruses as well as percussion with scenic objects,
Music must not merely be a decoration. I speak from a dramatic
point of view, proposing an entirely different phenomenon
called "audiovision" in which the universe of sound
produces a dramatic sense all of its own. Music written along
with the text can irrigate it to the extent that the whole
becomes unified dramatic text.
I've learnt to identify and to extract dramatic functions
from the text (not roles but functions) by following the theoretical
works of Levi-Strauss/Propp/Greimas as applied to a dramaturgy.
As composer, musical director and sound designer
Siete contra Tebas (Seven against Thebes)
Aeschylus' Tragedy in a new spanish version by Jesús Alviz.
by Francisco Suarez for the
Festival de Teatro Clásico
de Mérida... [case
The speaker in "PHANTOM" is the actor Juanma Navas.
del Rey Don Pedro
Written by Agustín
García Calvo and directed by José Luis
Remarks: This was a play placed in the Middle Ages. The director
wanted these songs to sound ancient but not historical;
The text presented me with those difficulties inherent in a meticulously
written work with a highly elaborated metrical style.
The examples offered here are no more than sketches. I didn't
write the music that finally debuted, having left the
after eleven months.
The two song prototypes offered here have been performed by the
actress Karmele Aranburu.
(by touching the titles of these songs you reveal the lyrics)
Cuento que Calleja
Written & directed by Carlos Marco
on Calleja's original tales.
These songs were sung live on stage; here there is only the music without
Diva al Dente
Operetta like comedy written by Antonio
Onetti. Directed by Fermín Cabal.
These arias were sung live on stage; here there are instrumental versions.
Drama directed by Elena Cánovas & played by prisoner
women from Yeserías Jail.
Based on the experiences of a real prison theatre group in Spain.
This theatrical play is the origin of the 2008 film "EL PATIO DE MI CARCEL" (My Prison Yard), Directed by Belén Macías
Pilar Ruiz took the old Luciano de Samosata's text and staged,
directed and played it with Rossy de Palma for the
Festival of Mérida.
Written by Antonio Álamo. Directed
by Rosario Ruiz Rodgers. Teatro de La Abadía.
Here, besides the musical composition, on the sound field I designed a spatialized war sequence (eight channels)
the whole audience.
File (spanish )
Urban Comedy by Eduardo Galán.
Directed by Pilar Ruiz.
corre que te pilla el gato
On anonymous ancient French texts. Compiled & directed by