CURRENT Live shows

“Okkre’s live performances are also powerful experiences - she certainly took over the Hangar of the Engineering Institute in this year’s LEV Festival with her gargantuan and majestic heavy rhythmics that border on the edge between industrial and techno".
Paulius Ilius, S13


A work inspired by the therapeutic effect that noise frequencies generated by urban beaches have on the inhabitants of those cities. A piece articulated through field recordings and multiple layers of noise and sound modulations, that will immerse the public in those seas and the stress that surrounds them.

Music and psychology are my two professional careers that have turned my relationship with sound into a constant exploration of human perception. How this stimulus can alter our states of mind and consciousness is one of the main reflections that arises in my work.

I've been always strongly marked by the search and creation of sound experiences that appeal to our emotional memory, that play with it or confuse it, to bring us closer to our own idiosyncrasies. My intention with "Noisea"  is invite the audience to enjoy a session of “deep listening”, in an exercise of austerity that confronts the excessive visual information to which we are exposed to on a daily basis. "Black out" is the perfect condition for the piece.



Arkhé is an audiovisual piece inspired by classical philosophy and music, especially by Heraclitus’ theories and my favourites operas. Through this performance, I recreate the "Fire//Logos" concept as a dynamic, flowing and an opposing movement, giving rise to the air, water and finally, earth. Arkhé is articulated by four movements representing the four elements of nature in occidental culture. Therefore, the piece consists of four different atmospheres of light, colour and sound during the show.
This performance is part of a profound research and creation project that is being developed at different phases and routes of work.
Premiered at LEV Festival, Gijón

"Okkre’s performance was one of the high points at La Nave venue as she managed to use the large capacity of the space and overwhelmed it with her epic and majestic soundscapes somewhere between dreamy multi-layered drones and sharp yet free-roaming industrial beats. It retains the same cinematic quality that early Lcc music was full of. It was a flashy burst of sound, grand and elegant at the same time. And this was one of her first performances".
Secret Thirteen

Photos by Luisa Gutiérrez


Contemporary Ballet

“Repeat, die and repeat. Classical dance excites and sublimates through exhaustion”. They could be the words of Marion Barbeau, prima ballerina at the Paris Opera. She will be, in some way, present in SWAN. Presence —and its necessary corollary, absence— is one of the main themes of this new production by Mar Aguiló, whose extensive career as a dancer (fourteen years in the National Dance Company) will also be present and, at the same time, absent. in the room.

In this dance of presences and absences, of performers and choreographers, of reality and fiction, two other names accompany the swan's flight: Tchaikovsky and Clémence Gross. Ancient —romantic, and even mythical— and nascent stories: Gross, who is also part of the cast of the Paris Opera ballet, represents a new generation of classical ballerinas facing the context of contemporary dance here and now...
Premiered at Teatros del Canal, Madrid (Spain)