CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL MUSIC
DIFFERENT CITIES AROUND THE WORLD
ELI BEN AVI , ISRAEL
Founder of Visible Lines
Composer, Bachelor of Music.
Music for film and Media.
KEVIN ZAMMIT, SPAIN
Video & Art
Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Postgraduate in Photography Applied Documentation and
LOUIS LAMBEAU , BELGIUM
Video & Edit
Founder of Cadenza Studio And Sound Engineer Microfusa, Barcelona
The term "classical music" is often associated with the idea of formality, elegance and elitism.
Visible Lines shines a different light on what normally may be perceived as classical music through an urban image and a selection of non-classical and alternative scenarios where we can capture the viewer and change his vision about contemporary classical music.
In this way, the public will observe the situation differently which can be mind-opening for untypical audiences to styles of music they might not have had access to or had an interest in. We aim to create collaborations between musicians and connect people to their communities.
Visible Lines will release different compositions from different towns in the world. We connect musicians from different cities through social media to perform together in their community and be part of the project.
Visible Lines was created by the composer Eli Ben Avi in 2017 in Spain.
Kevin Zammit and Louis Lambeu integrated into the project and became to Visible Line's current team.
Music is what connects the three founders of this project, Eli, Kevin and Louis, although each has a different relationship with music and other disciplines that come together to be Visible Lines.
Visible Lines is an audiovisual music project that its main purpose is to expose more people to contemporary classical music via performances in alternative stages.
Present contemporary classical music to the public through a different lens.
Promote, connect and support communities of musicians and enthusiasts via social networks both young composers and young musicians of Different cities, who interpret project compositions.
Show the audience that classical music does not have to be played in a closed format and in a formal place.
Extend the project internationally level to musicians, composers, videographers and communities worldwide.