29 Junho 2017 20h00

On June 29th, at 8:00 PM, Zaratan presents a concert by Sandy Ewen (guitar, objects) and Pedro Sousa (saxophone), an unseen  encounter of improvisation and musical experimentation.

Pedro Souasa
The fact that Pedro Sousa appears among the most daring and indomitable improvisers of Portuguese jazz is no longer a novelty. Called to play with Thurston Moore and usual in the company of Gabriel Ferrandini, able to adapt with special ease to environments as disparate as dirty rock, jazz, or noise exploration, Pedro Sousa's saxophone carries an almost libertarian notion of its possibilities.

Sandy Ewen
Sandy is focusing on music in 2016. She has release 3 CDs this year so far with hopefully more to come.Born in Toronto, Canada in 1985, Sandy Ewen received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. Since then she has resided in Houston, TX where she pursues musical and visual projects and her architecture license. Ewen has released several albums, including a duo with guitarist Tom Carter, a trio with bassist Damon Smith & drummer Weasel Walter, and a rock album with Austin’s Weird Weeds. Ewen’s visual work is closely tied to her work in sound; she uses both mediums to explore texture, composition and materials. As an improviser in both art and music, Ewen sees herself as guiding materials and space rather than executing a preconceived composition.