We are Aurora Bauzà and Pere Jou,
two composers, creators, and performers in the
performing arts. The central focus of our research is the human
voice and its relationship with the body, movement, space, stage, or light.
Our scenic compositions treat music as an object with
physical, scenic, visual, dramaturgical, expressive, and poetic qualities.
Conceptually, we are passionate about the mechanisms of meaning creation,
especially those involved in the construction of both individual and collective identity.
We acknowledge the influence on our work of Alessandro Sciarroni, Maud Le Pladec, Sonia
Gómez, or Ça Marche, with whom we have collaborated as composers and/or performers.
In recent years, we have presented various scenic pieces that explore the human voice and the complexity of individual and collective identity from very different perspectives, formats,
and scenic devices. However, they all share our interest in creating
dramaturgical narratives through the human voice.