June 11th – 10 AM SLT
Live performance by MORLITA Quan (MorlitaM)
at the Hope Fest 2022 in support of the Relay For Life of Second Life and the American Cancer Society!
All proceeds from this performance will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
Show your loving support and feel warm welcome to join us!
New Album “ACORN” is out now!
“New Album “ACORN”
In collaboration with the RL / SL artist Phemie Alcott ,
here comes the new release with her vocals.
We hope you enjoy it!”
MorlitaM (Olga). A Coruña 1988
She studies Public Relations, Marketing and advertising but from an early age she has always been involved in the world of art and music in a self-taught way and finally made it professional.
Morlita began to play the guitar and percussion at the age of 8 years and from the age of 16 she began to become familiar with mixing consoles, beginning to play music as a DJ, producing his own music and participating in exhibitions of digital and abstract art.
From 2008 until today she specializes in experimental music and the development of art through new technologies, collaborating with different universities of Fine Arts, museums and national and international art curators.
At the compositional level, the first years were covered under the record label NAIF LABEL and she is currently working on her fifth album independently, at the same time as she is carrying abstract exhibitions.
The composition for short films and sound installations lead MorlitaM to be present with her participation in the United States, Japan, France,Spain, Italy or Canada, some examples of this are the Cannes Film Festival, the FocOff festival, RTVE, Biennale Art or the Nice Carnivals
Currently in tour with the experimental project “Imaxinábaa” with the poet “Nuria Vil
She works in the concept of experimental arts and music in a more accessible environment for everyone, trying to open this world to all kind of minds, focused in Spain.
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