Neoenergia Institute has been
supporting initiatives focused in the support to creative economy
pandemic - especially with actions aimed to strengthen regional
culture and economy initiatives. As a highlight, among other actions,
is the support given to the public notice open up to May 3 by “Som
Sem Plugs” (Unplugged Sound), one of the 18 projects sponsored by
both institutions though Transformando Energia em Cultura
(Transforming Energy into Culture) public notice and Câmara Cascudo
Culture Incentive Law.
project will contribute to the professionalization of all artists and
musicians from the state participating in the public notice, in a
partnership with Sebrae-RN, and will select five artists in the State
for web performances, with payment of fees, technical consultancy and
exclusive awards, in addition to supporting other five artists from
the State, who will also be paid.
Renata Chagas, Neoenergia Institute Officer, art is something highly
important in this special moment faced by all of us. “We are
contributing with a project that supports actions targeted to
creative economy during the pandemic, to strengthen regional culture
and economy. We are building together a way to stay together,
expand knowledge and enable transformations”, says Renata. “I
emphasize that the actions supported by us can be followed by any
music lover, from any part of Brazil or the world - both the “lives”
performed by the selected artists and the popular vote for choosing
the artists”, she concludes.
important action is the performances via web, conducted every last
Tuesday of the month by Maestro Linus Lerner, conductor of the
Symphonic Orchestra of Rio Grande do Norte in the scope of “Symphonic
Movement”, other initiative sponsored by Cosern, Neoenergia’s
concessionaire in Rio Grande do Norte and the Institute, through the
public notice Transformando Energia em Cultura and Câmara Cascudo
Culture Incentive Law.
Tuesday (28), at 8 pm, another live will be conducted by maestro
Linus Lerner and broadcasted at OSRN YouTube and Facebook, this time
to honor conductor Duda from Pernambuco. The performance will host
several guests, and will include interviews with the honored of the
event. OSRN musicians will participate in the live, such as Gilberto
Cabral (trombonist, arranger and composer), Flávio Davino
(trombonist), Phillip Paiva (violist), Vinicius Gomes (bassist) and
Eneas Albuquerque (clarinetist).
other guests of the Maestro are Wanie Rosie, director of Cia. da
Dança of Alberto Maranhão Theather, Leandro Serafim, conductor and
UFC professor and Flávio Gabriel, trumpet player and professor of
the Music School of UFRN. The guests will discuss with maestro João
da Banda and maestro Linus Lerner the importance of Duda works, in
addition to the presentation of videos and comments on compositions
such as Suite Monette and Suite Nordestina.
learn more on Som Sem Plug and Symphonic Movement, join the actions
and watch the lives, visit the projects’ digital channels in
Facebook, Youtube and Instagram.
This initiative is part of theIberdrola group's response to the Coronavírus.