Recently, we have collaborated with composer and musician Daniel Linker Saravia. His contribution to Nu Nu was an interest in nature of sound and a permanent dialogue – through music – that Daniel attempts with the principles of life. He says that:
‘One of my interests in music composition is to express the astonishment that nature has always produced in me – particularly how life is always striving to prevail.’
Daniel Linker Saravia is a Chilean composer and multi-instrumentalist. Since 2010, he has been developing his compositional skills at the University of Bristol, where nowadays he is a PhD candidate in Music Composition. His has scored music for several films and has also worked in theatre.
Daniel’s concert pieces have been performed in Europe and South America and have received several awards, such as the Musicapoi Prize (from Spaziomusica Ricercare – Italy), the London New Wind Festival and the Bristol New Music Ensemble Prize.
Listen to a sample of Daniel’s work: Prelude for Billie Killer (performance @ Nu Nu)