Solar powered sound system broadcasting live via satellite stream

A mobile sound system and recording studio using the sun to connect music with the environment and share it live with the world

Wapapura
Live Stream

Wapapura Stream invites you to join our music and nature events Live.

We travel with our mobile sound system and broadcast live performances via satellite from natural locations or environmental projects.

Our Internet TV channel supports the global movement towards a healthier relationship with our planet using our most universal language, Music.

 

Lastest Live Streams

Miguel Hiroshi & Joaquín Sánchez

Miguel Hiroshi & Joaquín Sánchez

11.09.2014 19:00
Vivencia Dehesa

Rueda medicinal

Milo Ke Mandarini + Baldosa Flotante = Transeuntes

03.09.2014 20:00
Rueda Medicinal, Gredos

eulian

Eulian and Chef Martin Goldman

02.09.2014 19:30
Ecopangea, Valverde de la Vera

Lastest news

Wapapura panel at 2014 WOMEX Santiago, Spain

Wapapura is very proud to announce that we have been accepted to present a panel on our work at the upcoming World Music conference, WOMEX.  This is the most important meeting of World Music presenters that happens annually and this year takes place in Santiago, Spain. Our panel is titled Solar Power : Using Technology to Connect Music and Nature We are honoured to have this opportunity to expose our…

Perdiz Tropical v.08 – first live broadcast

On the 1st of May, we awoke the Perdiz Tropical from its winter hibernation and allowed the sounds of its wings to be seen and heard all over the world. At the 8th edition of this all day mountain solar dance picnic, we opened our first window to the world with the launch of our Wapapura Live satellite stream. We invite you to watch the DJ sessions broadcast from the…

Wapapura going live via satellite stream

Wapapura is taking it to the next level by adding a satellite dish to our mobile sound system. Like we have been doing for the last 7 years, we will be continuing to use the power of the sun to share musical frequencies with beautiful places on this earth.  But now we will be sending these frequencies into the sky to a satellite that will share these messages to the…

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Albums

Hombre de Barro. Copoazú

Recorded in Amazonian Trapezium, Colombia
January, 2013

Rob Mazurek. Episodes

Recorded in Ferreirola, Alpujarra Mountains, Spain
August, 2009

Acoustic Compass. Live Albaycin

Recorded in Albáycin, Granada, Spain
May, 2011

Merope. 9 Days

Recorded in Capilerilla, Alpujarra, Spain
17-21 July, 2012

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