Tramas en mantra

from Scandinavia to  Latin America

 Sala Camacuá / Saturday 15th June,  2019

tickets $300 - Tickantel


Based on a selection of  works of Scandinavian, Spanish and Latin American composers from different eras, Ensamble Oikos proposes in this concert, the construction  of a sound  weave, consonant and  resounding, from perspective and



Through narration, light, sound landscape and  instrumental music, choral songs will appear emerging from distant places and ages, and from different compositional models, sharing the emotional spirit.


Nature, man, the celebration of life, are the engines that inspire these songs and allow us to find paths to get time, space and style closer. Eduardo Mateo resounds with Hugo Alfvén's contemplation of nature, and ancient sacred texts become contemporary when used to express our present. Jose Marti's poetry, speaking about his own soul, approaches to the prayers to God, and the sound of a Swedish song, describing the sunset, joins the sound of Argentinian contemporary composer Moruja in his Lux aeterna.


Encuentro coral de otoño 

Sábado 11 de mayo 19hs 

Parroquia Los Conventuales 

Ensamble Oikos

Coro de la UCU

Grupo vocal Antaño

Coro de la EUM



Tramas en mantra

Concierto del Ensamble Oikos

Sábado 15 de Junio 20hs

Sala Camacuá

entradas $300 por Tickantel


past music

Ensemble Oikos performs annually at the Quinta Vaz Ferreira Museum, since 2014. We also participate in several choral festivals and encounters in Uruguay.

For the past three years we had the honor to sing for the Swedish community of Uruguay, at Santa Lucia's celebration, organized by the Instituto Cultural Suecia Uruguay.

We have also represented Finland in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of their independence, at the Second European Folk Festival held in Montevideo, Uruguay.

In September 2018 we sang at the International Choral Festival, in Reconquista, Santa Fe province, Argentina, and during 2017 we did a Northern Uruguay tour to Paysandú and Salto.


In 2015 we offer a didactic concert in the city of Florida. Further performances include Club Uruguay, 2014 and at the annual Montevideo Book Fair, 2014 & 2015