Omar Acosta

Sunday, May 16th


with Jhonny Kotock

@15h Caracas / @20h Lisbon / @21h Madrid

(online via zoom for max 35 people)

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The grandmother demanded musicians in the house.

All of her twelve grandchildren had to learn an instrument and be ready to provide a soundtrack for when she talked to god during her evangelical sermons. One got assigned an accordion, one a guitar. Omar was given out a harp: the eight-year old, tears down his cheeks, had to learn the strings – or else no play with the kids in the street.

Despite such dramatic geriatric beginnings, Omar did carry a great passion for music within him that soon manifested itself. As a young boy, he fell for cuatro - a small four-string guitar, resembling a ukulele, that is the soul of Venezuelan traditional music. Then, as a student he discovered flute: such was his new obsession that he hardly spent an hour without exploring what sound he could extract from it. This dedication did not pass unnoticed: already in his early twenties the National Symphonic Orchestra of Venezuela invited him to join, and he spent the next twenty years performing every piece of classical music in every imaginable technique.

And then love struck him again: this time it was flamenco. Omar moved to Madrid, dedicating four years to being the musical director of the Spanish National Ballet itself, an experience that inspired him to give his flute its next innovative push, adapting it to flamenco while also fusing in Venezuelan roots.

By now the fundamental decision for his musical career was ripe: he resolved to leave the world of solemn musical institutions to focus on his solo career as a composer, mixing all the music he had tasted along the way into what he calls Venezolada – a salad of genres in distinctly Venezuelan sauce, joyfully subtracting or tossing in delicious instrumental ingredients.

This Sunday, May 16th, Omar’s Venezolada comes with a jazz flavour thanks to a special invitee - Jhonny Kotock, a fellow Venezuelan composer who’ll bring his piano keys impros to the fest.

Invitation to Omar and Jhonny's invisible room in Madrid!

Who is organising this concert?

Invisible City, a non-profit on a mission to enable emerging artists to perform more and get paid fairly.

How do I see the concert?

Once you have made your donation, we’ll send you an online ticket with a secret code to our invisible private room in Zoom, for which we have a professional account for maximum quality. We do NOT RECORD the concerts and keep our virtual room intimate and cosy, limiting the participation to 35 people.

Will I have a good sound?

We make sure that the artists have the fastest internet connection possible and are properly geared. We run numerous soundchecks prior to the concert to make sure everything is tuned on the artist side! You can do your part: make sure your setup is as perfect as possible with our self-soundcheck guide.

How much should I donate?

We encourage you to make a donation on behalf of every person who participates in this online concert together with you.

We believe that 4 euros per person is fair, yet most guests usually contribute around 9 euros, so if you have the means and wish to support the artists and Invisible City further, we’d be grateful if your donation corresponds to what feels fairest to you.

You can also make a donation directly to the Invisible City account (for example, from your Revolut app or similar):

Account name: Invisible City MTÜ

IBAN: EE88 7700 7710 0336 8942


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How much does the artist actually get?

Even before the gig starts, Invisible City guarantees a minimum of 100 euros to the artist no matter what. This is our investment into the performance which provides a safety net for the artist. We make sure it is never a lottery! These funds come from reinvesting the donations from the previous performances as well as from our private sponsors who support Invisible City directly (here is how you can become one).

What the campaign receives above the 100 euro mark, we share with the artist in equal parts. In this way, we provide a guaranteed income to the artist while staying sustainable and helping more artists run more wonderful gigs.

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