There are things that grow ever larger and the eventually break out of their confines and reach a point where a new perspective is necessary. It is exactly at this point that the composer and flutist Angelica Castello has found herself, with the release of her first solo, as well as fully self-composed album, “Bestiario”. Until now, she has found herself alongside a host of different musicians and formations, such as Billy Roisz or with Thomas Grill in duo, or with Maja Osojnik, Matija Schellander in the “Low Frequency Orchestra”. She has not only provided her services with the flute, but also recorder and other devices, and has, until now never given fruition to a fully self-composed and realized album, simply because she never found a good reason to do so. A Mexican native and having found a permanent home in Vienna, she explains, “On the one hand, because I thought, no one would be interested in my own music, but on the other hand it was also a very conscious decision that I took.” In any case, opinions can be changed, and that it was with the release of the first “Low Frequency Orchestra” album, and she became aware of the impact the making of an album had on her. Following her participation and experience with ever more recording sessions and album productions it became clear that there would come a time for her own recording of an album, for her own personal art and to capture a certain moment in time; a document which could encapsulate a certain phase in her life.