Irreverence Group Music presents: Psychosis, the third solo album of composer Julián De La Chica. Inspired by his last trip to Berlin, Krakow and Warsaw, De la chica immerses in electronic experimentation and influences ranging from ambient and post-minimal, to genres such as acid, industrial and minimal electronic.
During the Summer, Composer Julián De La Chica visited Auschwitz for the first time. During his visit, he found himself drawn to the photo of a woman prisoner, Aniela. He composed this piece in her honor on his way back to Krakow. The photo on the cover is hers, taken by De La Chica himself.
In a Rare and intimate production at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music in New York City, Irreverence Group Music presented the "US premiere" of Julián De La Chica's Experimentelle und unbestimmte Lieder Op. 9 and "World premiere" of his oeuvre "Gowanus", poems by Susan Campos - Fonseca.
An elderly woman who decides to burn all of her possessions (i.e., her memories) and to start all over. A girl who is kidnapped and murdered. A cyborg or robot who is subject to sexual and domestic slavery, becomes aware of herself and then rebels through pain as her weapon for freedom. These are the three main characters of this oratorium, which concludes with a requiem in memory of composer Pauline Oliveros (1932-2016).
La traviata, (The Fallen Woman) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It is based on La Dame aux Camélias (1852), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. The opera was originally titled Violetta, after the main character. It was first performed on 6 March 1853 at the La Fenice opera house in Venice.
In November, 2017, Costa Rican composer and cellist, Elena Zúñiga, will launch her new album: Viaje Etéreo. The album is part of her project Elena y la orquesta lunar and is sponsored by ACAM, (Society of composers and writers in Costa Rica).
On Monday, March 28, 2016, 7:30 PM, @ Carnegie Hall in New York City, Irreverence Group Music - IGM celebrated the album's release of alternative singer Radmila Lolly. The concert premiered works by New York based Colombian composer Julián De La Chica: String Quartet No.1 Op. 7 performed by the cutting edge Scorchio Quartet and Four Short Stories at the Standard Hotel Op. 6 performed by Tenor José Heredia. De La Chica, a post minimalist, takes on the challenge of exploring different ways of listening to the world.