How Dare You!

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How Dare You!

A musical narrative of climate change problems and solutions

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Matheson Hammock Park | Coral Rock Shelter Area 9610 Old Cutler Road Coral Gables, FL 33156

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The premiere presentation of Carlos Patino’s How Dare You! a large-scale musical work that addresses the network of problems propagated by climate change. Presented in two sections, the first represents issues with climate change in 3 separate movements. The second section represents possible solutions in one movement. Each movement’s distinct style, instrumentation, and composition help transmit the concepts explored in their respective sections.

The composer formed unique ensembles for each movement and drew inspiration from nature, politics, environmental issues, and sustainability processes. Varied instrumentation in each ensemble is unified by recurring yet modulatory instrumentation, electronic sounds, and various motifs throughout the whole piece.

The 24-musician orchestra will be conducted by Grammy and Latin Grammy awardee Carlitos López. The event is taking place outdoors to reinforce the concepts explored throughout the work.

Bring your blanket and join us to enjoy the chamber orchestra! Please open the program on your phone before arrival, the signal at the park is not reliable. There will be no printed material at the event.

https://www.paxy.org/howdareyou

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Carlos Patiño, Composer/electronics

​Carlos Patino is a Colombian composer, producer, scholar, and music educator. He holds a Doctoral degree in music theory and composition from the Frost School Of Music at the University of Miami, and a Master of music degree with emphasis in commercial composition from the Florida Atlantic University, in Boca Raton, Florida.

Patino has worked as a Post-producer, assistant audio engineer and audio editor for albums such as "Pá Qué Más'' by the Quinteto Leopoldo Federico, nominated for the Latin Grammys 2017, "Astor Piazzolla- Legacy" by Tomas Cotik and Tao Lin, released by Naxos records 2017, nominated for the ICMA International Classical Music Awards 2018, and “Bach Sonatas and partitas for solo violin” by Tomas Cotik” and “Telemann Fantasies for solo violin”, both released by Centaur Records, among others. Patino is the author of the scholarly music book titled “SOLISTAS – Instrumentos de cuerda pulsada I” published by the Editorial Javeriana in Colombia, featuring compositions for soloist guitar, cuatro, and tiple; the recording of the same project was released by Hoot/Wisdom Recordings in Boca Raton, Florida in 2018.

As a composer and producer of the UMTI artistic collective, Patino has had art exhibitions in Brazil, and Colombia. He was a member of a Colombian rock band called RedO'Clock, sharing the stage with artists such as Foster The People, Evanescence, Garbage, Dead Kennedys, Molotov, J Balvin, Andres Cepeda, among others. As a film scorer, he has worked for different documentaries in Argentina, Spain, and Colombia, such as “Siete días para la Gloria – Independiente Santa Fe fútbol club” and “El más veces Campeón – Millonarios Fútbol Club.”

Dr. Patino is currently working as a board member and director of The Arts 4 All, a non-profit organization that promotes education through performing arts in Broward county.

Carlos López, Conductor

Grammy Award and Latin Grammy Award winner and sixteen time Grammy and Latin Grammy nominee Carlos Fernando Lopez (“Carlitos Lopez”) is a producer, composer, pianist and conductor who focuses on the intersection and interaction between classical and popular music. Carlos recently won a Latin Grammy award in 2019 in the category of Best Contemporary Classical Composition with the piece “Sacre”.

Carlos holds a Magna Cum Laude degree in Music Production and a Masters in Composition from University of Miami - Frost School of Music and currently he is pursuing a Doctoral degree in Orchestral Conducting under the tutelage of acclaimed conductor Gerard Schwarz. He has collaborated with producer Julio Reyes Copello in more than 200 songs of artists like Ricky Martin, Laura Pausini, Jennifer López, Marc Anthony, Alejandro Sanz, Fonseca, Andres Cepeda, Pablo Alborán, among others. He also co-produced the 50th anniversary celebration album of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bogotá which recently won a Latin Grammy for Best Engineered Album. In 2016, he participated as orchestrator and conductor for NASA and Fusion TV’s virtual experience game "Mars 2030" with the London Symphony Orchestra.

Carlos strongly believes in the profound impact of music in life and the transformative power of education. He became a college teacher at the early age of 18 in the Superior Academy of Arts of Bogotá. He worked there as Assistant Professor, Music Department Director and Director of the accreditation committee, among others. Carlos conducted the project that transformed the Superior Academy into the School of Arts of District University. After that, he was appointed as Advisor For The President of the University, Carlos Ossa Escobar, in the process of restructuring the university. He also coordinated the National Plan of Music for Coexistence with the Colombian Culture Ministry in 110 small towns of Colombia. Carlos also served as academic advisor for Canzion Institute of Music, an institution with more than 65 schools worldwide.https://www.carlitosmusic.com/about

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