Multi-instrumental concert and live looping

”Sotelo brothers show us in “Brotherhood” project an exquisite dynamism via metals and strings with accessories such as armastoste, kalimba, saltery prism to recreate melodic music, traditional, progressive and rock, which conquer the mind and allow you a frank thrill.”

Music Life Magazine, Mexico

This duo creates sound spaces where the music of all times are bound together in an interpretative freedom, full of broad passages and vast instrumentation with a variety of techniques and electronic processing in real time.
This performance seduces the spectator through sight and hearing since on stage they are able to appreciate a variety of shapes and metals used in its instruments. The Charrophone, the Jarana Prism, the Kitai Drum, the Tricordium; besides the Psalter Prism, the Stick, the Hand Sonic among others, are some of the characters that will appear on the scene to sound on the heads of all kinds of public.

Music in gray scale

Live music performance of the silent film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

“There are moments in which the music exceeds the film, which speaks not of the spent Wiene’s speech, after almost a hundred years but of a group that today came to demonstrate the multiple resources account.”

David Cortés, journalist. www.bitacoradelauditorio.com  

 

The group has composed a special music for a classic German film in which the sound and the image become a unique experience. Re-signifying the image as a melodic line, CDC manages to harmonize the scenography painted on the backdrops of Doctor Caligari’s Cabinet.

The film starring Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt and Friedrich Feher, is considered an inescapable reference of German expressionism, uses the story of a mentalist who urges a somnambulist to commit murders, to denounce the criminal acts perpetrated by the German government during the first World War. 

”Como una manera de expandir, compartir y enriquecer su trabajo creativo, CDC ha estado siempre en apertura y ánimo para hacer colaboraciones con otros músicos, lo cual ha permitido crear repertorios especiales para un concierto o una gira ya sea en forma de encuentros o residencias artísticas.”