Agenor Garcia or Age Garcia as his friends call him, is a sound poet. He Usually prefers the absence of formal structure to evoke aesthetic to his music, in addition to, or in place of the prosaic ostensible meaning. Music can express far beyond the verb.
Agenor is fascinated by the idea of transforming the formal structure of music, which serves to stimulate the expressiveness of his performance. He cherishes the wonder and surprise that can occur from a spontaneous idea. He listens as ideas unfold, which inspires him to the next movement, but dislikes the classic concept of improvisation as well the term playing by ear. Everybody plays by ear unless they are deaf.
Although he says that it is almost impossible not to be influenced, Garcia tries to be a stylistic individual, only concerned with technics that lead to a better texture. He often uses free tempo as aesthetic language, stretching the time of a single note and using rhythmic patterns as the main subject, while the melody and harmony surround as an embellishment. This method is also noticeable in the duos, where the piano and the guest instrument continually exchange roles, providing an ornamental tapestry.
Most of Garcia's methods are, above all, to create an atmosphere where you can almost see the mood. He says that music is most effective when you feel something visual, almost tactile