CAOS branches out on three art fundamentals: music, visual arts and theatre. These three subjects join in creating a common project which in its final stages becomes a MUSICAL PRODUCTION and they become specific artistic areas: orchestra, scenography and acting.
Alameda’s Orchestra is made up of string and wind instruments such as the violin, viola, violoncello, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet and trombone, which are all part of the musical production’s musical area.
Training ends with the musical-theatrical production in which Alameda’s Orchestra gives its students a similar experience to real-world productions.
Training ends with complete scenography creation for the musical-theatrical production in which the CAOS project culminates.
These techniques are put into practice in the musical-theatrical productions which is created alongside the other two subjects, where students embody different characters, individually and collectively.
What is most important though, is connecting emotions through artistic expression.