Fin de performance / Perfoncearen bukaera

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  • Me avergüenzo de que ayer se mostrasen banderas en uno de los actos de la Acampada, así como que se le pidiese callar a una persona mientras hacia uso de su turno de palabra y libertad de expresión, porque sucediese un acto político paralelo y ajeno a la Acampada.

    Lo lamento por quienes hemos sentido que se nos ha faltado al respeto, así como a los compañeros de Barcelona que se sentaron frente a camiones de dispersión hasta que les dispersaron a palos, y seguiré luchando porque estas cosas no vuelvan a suceder dentro de la #AcampadaDonostia.

    Quien quiera participar de esos actos paralelos es libre de acudir a ellos, pero por favor que no los traigan a la Acampada 🙁

  • Jon Iñaki Caracena:

    Yo era la persona que se expresaba en solidaridad con los compañeros acampados de Plaça Catalunya. Tres veces se me mandó callar, y no acabé de entender el motivo. No se deberían mezclar churras y merinas (para el que no lo sepa son razas de ovejas)… Cuidado con la “politización” y el uso partidista que gente de dentro de la comisión puede estar haciendo del movimiento ciudadano espontáneo y apartidista.

    Siempre hay lobos que intentan sacar provecho de algo tan necesario como es la indignación ciudadana. Alerta, porque los oportunistas hoy en día abundan.

    • donostian euria:

      AUPA AKANPADA!!! Ambos Ivan y Jon parecen ignorar que todos los viernes del año a esa hora en ese sitio los familiares de los presos de ETA, y los del movimiento abertzale, se manifiestan contra la polñítica de dispersión carcelaria y pedir que se les acerque a donde reside su familia. De manera pacífica, no violenta, respetuosa de todas y de todos.
      El único fallo (si sepuede llamar así) de la organización de la asamblea fue no haber previsto que iban a coincidir los dos actos y que alguien explicara a toda la asamblea la cuestión.
      Hay que aprender, si el viernes que viene vuelven a coincidir sería bueno pedir unos minutos de silencio en solidaridad con todas las víctimas del maltrato carcelario. Me imagino que en eso estamos todos de acuerdo.
      Así que viva el cruce étnico de churras con merinas y menos lobos caperucita!

    • Sencillamente magnedfico. No puedo estar me1s de acuerdo con las ideas que se earepsxn en el texto.Enfoce1ndome un poco en el tema de la argumentacif3n contra la fuerza, siempre he pensado que, desafortunadamente, la sociedad actual este1 bastante lejos de poder ser considerada inteligente y civilizada. Por triste que suene, todaveda no nos acercamos ni por asomo al momento en que la diale9ctica tenga me1s poder de conviccif3n que la fuerza bruta o la terquedad. A manera de ejemplo: yo puedo plantear mil y un argumentos a lo largo de dos horas a un interlocutor necio para que deje de hacer ruido y me deje dormir, hable1ndole sobre la elemental importancia biolf3gica del suef1o y el simple respeto a los derechos de las personas que viven en una sociedad, y e9ste puede responderme simplemente con un no se me da la gana —o darme un empellf3n sin siquiera abrir la boca— y zanjar de inmediato la discusif3n (a su favor, por supuesto). Analogedas a este caso, por miles.Cf3mo podreda ser la lf3gica me1s fuerte que el puf1o o la necedad, eso no lo se9, ni soy capaz de imaginarlo. Lo que sed se me ocurre es una sociedad en la que, sencillamente, todo el mundo utilice la primera, y nadie los otros dos.Dicen que sof1ar no cuesta nada, pero el desgano de no saber si lo imaginable es siquiera posible sed que es un costo para el alma.

    • Hazel thanks for your note. (LOVE The Sartorialist!!). All black is often the default colour because it’s the easier to unify (imagine an ensemble full of slightly different shades of red), it’s easy on the eyes, and the audience tends to focus more on the music than if the ensemble were wearing different colours. The problem with saying go for it, wear any colour is what one person considers stylish another will consider completely inappropriate. There there’s the issue of colour clashing. And in classical music, there are known stereotypes about what kind of dress is associated with certain types of music. Opera performers (and audiences) tend to go all out with style and flamboyance; Baroque performers (and audiences) tend not to consider fashion a big deal and are very low-key with their apparel. Ultimately, no, I don’t think ensembles should be able to wear any colour; then it looks like a rehearsal.

    • Once upon a time, I turned pages for Jamie when he performed the Kreutzer Sonata at a studio class. This was before I played it myself, so I was unfamiliar with the theme & variations movement. There’s one particular variation which is 2 straight pages of 16th notes, and 2 repeats. I made the mistake of glancing away from the page for a second, and discovered to my horror when I looked back that I couldn’t remember a) where we were, and b) whether we had done the repeats. I ended up half-standing & hovering for what seemed like an eternity, with Jamie kindly giving me subtle no shakes and finally a clear yes nod.Then there was the time that I turned for a friend playing in a vocal recital @ Scotiafest. He asked me at the last minute as a favour, so I accepted, forgetting that I was battling the remnants of a nasty cough. There’s nothing like being on stage and NOT BEING ALLOWED TO COUGH that will make you want to cough up a lung. I managed to get through the entire thing without once coughing during a piece, but then had a friend in the audience comment on the odd expression on my face at various times.

    • Once I received a call offering me a decent sum to turn for a pianist for a chamber music concert. I was pleased to finally get paid for something I’d been doing pro bono for years. I got there early and met with the pianist. He seemed high-strung but some people are before a concert. I clarified repeat issues with him and he assured me he was a clear nodder.The concert began and I soon saw why he was so high-strung; his mediocre technique and limited musicality made him a bad choice to play the well-known Beethoven and Brahms trios he was tackling (almost literally, football player style). We got towards the end of the first page and he did not nod. I figured, Maybe he likes memorize the beginning of the next page and have late turns. Nope as we reached the last two beats he abruptly turned his heard toward me and, in a low, gruff voice barked, Turn! This disagreeable ritual was repeated for most of the performance. I thought it might have been less disruptive for him and the audience to nod as he said. No such luck. I made it through and didn’t mess it up, but he really unnerved me and I dare say I was very deserving of my pay that evening.

    • Liz is not just ANY page turner. Liz is the Heifetz, the Pavarotti, the veritable Yo-Yo Ma of page turners. She is the kind of page turned who, if I was completely fumbling a difficult passage, would suddenly have an uncontrollable puking fit so as to draw attention away from my screwup. She also knows exactly how many pieces of sushi you might need at intermission. At least that’s my experience; your mileage may vary One last bit of clothing advice for page turners: No dangly loose jackets. I once played a whole violin recital with silk caressing my left cheek at every turn. I’m not saying I didn’t enjoy it, but it was kind of distracting.

    • Urgent: mobilitzacions aquesta vespradaA les 18.30, concentració davant de la Delegació del Govern, carrer ColónA les 19.00, acte de suport a l’acampada de Barcelona, degut al intent de desallotjament.A les 20.00, Àgora /Assemblea General) en la Plaça Quince de Maig