The Washington Post
“The Puerto Rican native and Brooklyn-based composer and multi-instrumentalist, 39, works with field recordings, found sounds, robots, vegetables and [insert anything here]. “Marejada,” a piece commissioned by the Kronos Quartet and composed specifically for video conferencing software, incorporates the imperfect synchronicity of Zoom into an escapist meditation on contemporary togetherness. “Estela” channels the electrical biorhythms of a humble houseplant to trigger chattering samples of pots and pans. There’s not a limit Negrón can’t limn into music. Premieres are in the works with the LA Philharmonic, Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra.”
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