Carmen-Helena Téllez practices composition as part of her work as a conductor and producer of inter-artistic events, and as a corollary of her research on music within interdisciplinary arts. Her music is influenced by her life experience as a Latin American artist and scholar and by Latin America’s multicultural heritage. She also addresses the fluctuation of memory and perception, the role of music in the generation of sacred and communal spaces, and the co-creative action of performers and audiences.

For a full view of Carmen’s activities as a conductor, producer and interdisciplinary artist, please visit her home page and the page of her artistic collective Kosmologia.

FEATURED WORKS:

Missa ad Consolationis Dominam Nostram, an adaptation of Mario Lavista’s Mass for S,A,T,B, fl, cl, va and db (2003). ca. 30 minutes. See more information, price and instructions for download here.

Lux vivens,  a motet for treble voices (2014) . 7 minutes.  See more information, price and instructions for download here

La Flauta Mágica de los Andes, an adaptation of Mozart’s opera Die Zauberflöte in Spanish and Kechwa, with libretto by Chía Patiño, for an orchestra of Andean instruments (2018). 2 hours 30 minutes. See more information, price and instructions for download here

Oratorium nach Bildern der Bibel, a thanksgiving oratorio by Fanny Mendelssohn for the end of an epidemic, adapted for S,A,T,B, SATB chorus, wind quintet, string quintet and piano, (2019). 30 minutes. See more information, price and instructions for download here

Robin’s Poems, No. 2: Scintillans, (2020) for soprano and instrumental ensemble (vn,va,fl,cl, pno and vibraphone), ca. 7:30 mins. See more information, price and instructions for download here.

Robin’s Poems, No. 3: Venetian Envoi, (2021) for soprano and instrumental ensemble (vn,va,fl,cl, pno and vibraphone), ca. 8 mins. See more information, price and instructions for download here.

Dreaming/Undreaming, a piano recital with video , composed of five originally composed promenades in dialogue with selected preludes and fugues of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I (2021). 55 minutes. See more information, price and instructions for download here.

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