Marcela Lucatelli at SPOR Festival's 15th anniversary
SPOR festival has had a great impact on Denmark's role in the international music industry, setting its mark on the Danish scene for new music and sound art. Marcela Lucatelli talks about her experience of performing at the festival.
Marcela Lucatelli at OS
The Copenhagen based non-profit magazine OS, curated by Kresten Osgood and Anders Holst, interviews diverse artists from the local scene on how and what do they practice.
The Lake visits Marcela Lucatelli
The Lake radio visits the composer and vocalist at Kongegården, in Korsør. They talk about composition and improvisation, and then put together five long cables and take a microphone to the grand piano at Kongegården's concert hall.
Marcela Lucatelli at NRK's Spillerum
Christian Meaas Svendsen from All Ears festival presents a collection of improvised music, highlighting artists from this year’s program.
PHEW! at BBC 3's Late Junction
Max Reinhardt serves a track from PHEW! on air together with and an enthusiastic invitation for Bastard Assignments + Marcela Lucatelli.
“It's almost like I can feel the whole world”
The composer James Black goes climbing and interviews Marcela Lucatelli. Her powerful onstage presence suggests a connection to something with very deep roots.
The Golden Days at DR P2
The Golden Days - DR Vokal Ensemblet's radio version and interview, hosted by Tina Rømer.
The Golden Days and DR VokalEnsemblet
Article on the concert premiere and creative collaboration for The Golden Days, a piece composed for and performed by DRVokalEnsemblet at PULSAR Festival 2018.
PHEW! at The Wire
Marcela Lucatelli’s PHEW! - The Last Guide for a Western Obituary ft. at The Wire magazine on a latin-american compilation of recommended releases by the peruvian label Buh Records.
Interview for Filhas do Fogo
Interview about the composer's creative process, hosted by Amanda Cavalcanti.
A-MIG presents Marcela Lucatelli
The composer presents a wide, personally curated overview of her albums and other featured compilations, in this podcast by the Brazilian collective A-MIG.
Curandeihits at Linda
Collaborative article from an ensemble's perspective on the performativity of Marcela Lucatelli's early ensemble works, at their Brazilian premiere in São Paulo.