free log The ceramic tiles of the facade of the newly constructed MAAT building in Lisbon played as an instrument with mallets to a score designed in collaboration with local musicians with roots from Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, India, Angola and Portugal discussing the musical cross-cultural heritage within the Lusophonic sphere; the territories where Portuguese is spoken.<br><br>Márcio Pinto and Azak Okena testing acoustics of the tiles.<br>
The ceramic tiles of the facade of the newly constructed MAAT building in Lisbon played as an instrument with mallets to a score designed in collaboration with local musicians with roots from Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, India, Angola and Portugal discussing the musical cross-cultural heritage within the Lusophonic sphere; the territories where Portuguese is spoken.<br><br>Márcio Pinto and Azak Okena testing acoustics of the tiles.<br>
Title: The ceramic tiles of the facade of the newly constructed MAAT building in Lisbon played as an instrument with mallets to a score designed in collaboration with local musicians with roots from Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, India, Angola and Portugal discussing the musical cross-cultural heritage within the Lusophonic sphere; the territories where Portuguese is spoken.

Márcio Pinto and Azak Okena testing acoustics of the tiles.