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Celebrated pianist Lisa Moore releases her new album with music by Julian De La Chica

Described as “brilliant and searching… beautiful and impassioned… lustrous at the keyboard” by The New York Times and crowned “New York’s queen of avant-garde piano” and “visionary” by The New Yorker, the celebrated pianist Lisa Moore released her new album DE LA CHICA: PRELUDES OP. 8 on March 1st 2018. The album - produced and published by independent record label Irreverence Group Music - is the Premiere Recording of the New York based Colombian composer Julián de la Chica's Preludes Op. 8 for piano and synthesizer.

Susan Campos - Fonseca & Julián De La Chica

NY-based, Colombian composer and pianist Julián De La Chica, and Costa Rican composer, writer and musicologist, Susan Campos-Fonseca, PhD (Casa de las Américas Prize 2012), present in the album Minimal Aggression a mutual reflection on Minimalism, it’s possibilities and trajectories in the XXI century. This album can be seen as a first "Manifesto" and as an artistic research, where two worlds converge: independent creation (De La Chica), and academic thinking (Campos-Fonseca).

Julian De La Chica debuts at Carnegie Hall

Monday, March 28, 2016, 7:30 pm, @ Carnegie Hall in New York City, Irreverence Group Music - IGM celebrates the album's release of alternative singer Radmila Lolly. The concert premieres 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.

Mi experiencia con el Concierto para piano No. 1 de Julian De La Chica

Por Catalina Restrepo

(Text in Spanish) Como le dije al "Vagabundo" es decir, al Maestro Julián De La Chica, no sé mucho de música; estudié crítica literaria, economía y ahora me dedico al cultivo del arte y del espíritu. Estética, armonía, belleza, ritmos y símbolos, son fácilmente interpretables en letras. La música, sin embargo, al menos para mí, es la ciencia que traduce la voz de Dios.