CROWDFUNDING till dec. 31st 2019
Help Crisèn make her artistic debut abroad.
First up is Aruba. As a performer Crisèn is eager to share her art with a big and diverse audience, both local and international. Aruba and Bonaire are on the top of my bucket list seeing the unique language that connects us: our ‘dushi Papiamentu’. After that she hopes to be able to perform in the Netherlands and the rest of the world to all fans of Curaçaoan poetry and music.
Go to her crowdfunding page and DONATE till dec. 31st 2019OPEN CROWDFUNDING PAGE
Morde mi, Kome mi
First music album in Papiamentu by writer, actress, singer, songwriter Crisèn Schorea (1975, Curaçao). Sponsered by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Caribisch Gebied, Medical Laboratory Services, Kadanz NV, Orco Bank & Tera Percussions.
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"When sharing ‘Morde mi, Kome mi’ (Bite me, Eat me), it’s only one request I have: That when you bite into me (my mind, heart,words, music, my art), you do it consciously, with the intention to eat it all. Eating me, means to experience and accept me as I am, with all the honesty, compassion, and dignity you can bare and share; To accept the layers you find while peeling them off. For now, this is what I humbly serve to you. Bon Appétit"
Feel my feeling and or thoughtsIn Papiamentu the verb "Sinti" means "to feel" while the noun "sintí" means both "the feeling" as "the brain". Sinti mi Sintí (Feel my feeling and/or thoughts) reflects her tendency to analyze and rationalize feelings and emotions and the constant "pas de deux" that takes place in her head between her ratio and emotions. Consisting of 32 poems by the author and 9 illustrations by the talented artist Michel Nicolaas.
‘Skucha loke un hende ta hasi i no loke e ta bisa’
‘Bo ta un laberinto for di kua mi no ke sali hamas’
UPCOMING & LATEST EVENTS
Song in honor of 50th conmemoration of the labor riot on Curaçao , '30 mei 1969', Project by NAAM.
Papiamentu is the most beautiful language in the world. That's what you 'd think .......
Her texts are accessible and dreamy......