Interview on CBC/Radio-Canada
On 24 November 2019, CBC broadcast a programme on the soundtrack of protests in Chile, during the current uprising and also in political detention centres during the dictatorship.
Latest talks on Cantos Cautivos by Katia Chornik, project director
The Oxford Research Encyclopedia highlights Cantos Cautivos
An entry on digital resources by Danielle Barefoot notes that our project "serves as a sonic living-museum and offers essential content for survivors, researchers, and teachers." Read it here.
Short Video Tamo Daleko (Punta Arenas / Dawson Island, 2018)
Part of the Fragments of Memory series of the Central University of Chile's Audiovisual Laboratory, this video explores the song “Tamo Daleko”, adapted and used as a symbol of resistance by political prisoners. Watch the video here and see other testimonies about “Tamo Daleko” in Cantos Cautivos. Jan 2019.
Ed Vulliamy launches his book, When Words Fail: A Life with Music, War and Peace
The author, journalist of The Guardian and The Observer, with his band at the launch in London. The book contains a chapter on Cantos Cautivos. Sept 2018. Photo: Daniel Díaz.
Cantos Cautivos at the British Museum
The British Museum's exhibition I Object, Ian Hislop's search for dissent (Sept 2018-Jan 2019) included the recording of
"Doctorcitos", collected by the Cantos Cautivos team.
Reconstruction of "Filistoque's Cueca", written by Víctor Canto in Chacabuco concentration camp
Forty-four years later, the work has been reconstructed and recorded for the first time by the group MACOMBA,
directed by Marcelo Coulon (Inti-Illimani) and formed in honour of the detained-disappeared Marcelo Concha Bascuñán,
who was interned in Chacabuco. Listen to the recording and read the testimony here.
Cantos Cautivos: music, education and technology for human rights.
Panel on the roles of music as an educational resource to address memory and human rights topics, and on the use of internet technology as a tool for dissemination, exchange and research.
August 2018, Museum of Memory and Human Rights, Santiago, Chile.