A music ecosystem is the conglomerate that brings together all the components that make the music chain possible and the elements that impact its development beyond the musician, the consumer and the broadcast and recording studios, and that includes others. Community actors, ranging from designers, technicians, to cooks, drivers, academics, mechanics, as well as the spaces in which it takes place, such as squares, bars and nightclubs.
With this concept in mind, Humberto (Marcel) Márquez, music lover, researcher and director of the music broadcasting platform Trópico 70 Diggin 'Lab, created Caracas, Ecosistema Musical, an ex-fair that will bring together more than 20 Caracas-based businesses related to music tomorrow. , from 11:00 in the morning to 7:00 at night at Café Tecc, of the Armando Reverón Museum of Contemporary Art, located in Central Park.
Márquez reported that the meeting is inspired by events similar to those he has attended, such as the Cultural Industry Market (Mica), which takes place in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina; the English experience, UN-Convention, which arrived in Venezuela in 2012, and of which Márquez was a producer, and of the International Week of Sao Paulo, all showcases and exhibitions with talks, conferences, showcases and other proposals related to the musical ecosystem.
So Caracas, Ecosistema Musical will offer, in a self-managed way and with the collaboration of various partners, stands with musical merchandise, flannels, badges, vinyl records, CDs, collages, video clip recording services, graphic design services and photographers, among other proposals by actors linked to the musical field of the city.
In addition, there will be two talks, the first will be at 2:00 in the afternoon and will have the participation of 100% San Agustín, Somarí Creativos and Ahijolima, followed at 3:30 pm by Makinacrea, Atarraya Red Cultural and Rotala Music , who will share their experiences as creators of the scene in various areas and locations in Caracas.
Live performances by DJs and Afro-Venezuelan percussion complement the musical proposal. "The idea is to walk together as a block to have more visibility, in this way the scene is strengthened, various sectors of the city and different generations are linked".