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2015

July, 2
Trieste, Erev Laila

Erev Laila-7Terrazza del Museo della Comunità Ebraica
9 pm


“ITalYa”
with
Delilah Gutman, voice
Rephael Negri, violin

For information:
340 0813203

 

June, 30
Bolognano, Fifth Free International Forum “Creative Life”
in ricordo di Patricia Zari e Massimo Riposati
Lucrezia De Domizio Durini, curator
Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta, director
Arturo Schwarz, president

IMG_2132Il seme genera la parola
Singing sculpture
by Delilah Gutman

with the collaboration of
Manrico Murzi, “Seme Spaccasilenzio” poem
Moreno Papi, wood resonator

During the musical performance Delilah Gutman will plant the Singing sculpture in the Joseph Beuys Piantagione Paradise

June, 19
San Marino, Camerata del Titano
67° Yom HaAtzmaut

IsraeleSan Marino, Teatro Titano
7 pm
“Armonie da Israele”
Delilah Gutman, voice and piano
Baldi and Barak Olivier, guitar
Repubblica of San Marino Première of “Jewish Tango”, composition for
solo piano by Delilah Gutman.
For information: ricevimentodisraele@gmail.com / +39.06.36198511

May, 28
Gli Zagabri



Gli Zagabri 2Review by Roberto Zadik:

http://www.mosaico-cem.it/articoli/primopiano/un-documentario-racconta-la-storia-poco-nota-de-gli-zagabri

 

April,  25
Gli Zagabri
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On April 25, 2015, in Bormio, will be presented the documentary movie by Chiara Longo titled “Gli Zagabri”, with the original music by Delilah Gutman. “Gli Zagabri”, produced with the promotion of Universitas Studiorum Insubriae, A.N.P.I., BIM, Municipality of Aprica, gathers up the oral testimonies – with the comments by Michele Sarfatti, Cedec Foundation Director – that narrates the history of Aprica and the Jewish people from Zagabria in the period of 1943 – 1945. Bormio: 2.30 pm, Banca Popolare of Sondrio Conference Hall; 9 pm, Piazza Cavour.

 

January 27
Bologna, 13 Jewish Songs

Libreria Ut OrpheusBologna, Libreria Ut Orpheus
9 pm

Presentation of “13 Jewish Songs”
with
Delilah Gutman, voice
Roberta Sassi, violin

January 22
Milano, Milano Classica

Milano ClassicaMilano, Palazzina Liberty
9 pm

“ITalYa”
with
Delilah Gutman, voice
Rephael Negri, violin

 

 

January 18
Milano, Casa di Riposo Ebraica

Milano ClassicaMilano, Residenza Arzaga
4.30 pm

“ITalYa”
with
Delilah Gutman, voice
Rephael Negri, violin

 

 

January 16
RAI Radiotre – Primo Movimento

RAI RADIOTRE

On Friday, January 16, RAI Radiotre – Primo Movimento – will be airing “Kuando el rey Nimrod” and Valentina Lo Surdo will talk about “ITalYa”, the new CD for voice and violin published by Stradivarius.

January
13 Jewish Songs – Score, Ut Orpheus

Schermata 04-2457118 alle 14.50.14.pngJewish Songs by Delilah Gutman, for voice and violin, has been published by the Ut Orpheus Editions, of Bologna.

2014

December
ITalYa – CD, Stradivarius

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Stradivarius published “ITalYa”, which in Hebrew means Island of the Divine Dew. The CD consists of 26 music pieces for voice and violin, solo voice and solo violin. The pieces are a retrospective journey in the hebrew traditional music since ancient times to date. Arrangements are by the interpreters Delilah Gutman, voice, and Rephael Negri, violin, original music by Delilah Gutman, for “Osse Shalom”, on Kaddish text and “La memoria parla un canto” on text by H. Baharier. https://www.stradivarius.it/scheda.php?ID=801157033985016

September 14
Venezia, Giornata della Cultura Ebraica 2014

Giornata della Cultura Ebraica 2014-Delilah Gutman

Venezia, Campo del Ghetto Novo

“Miriam e il suo tamburello”
Regia di Miriam Camerini

with

Miriam Camerini, actress
Valeria Perdonò, actress
Delilah Gutman, voice e live electronics

 

September
Daleth Tango – Score, Ut Orpheus

Daleth Tango-Ut Orpheus-GutmanDaleth Tango by Delilah Gutman, for piano, has been published by the Ut Orpheus Editions, of Bologna.

 

 

 

May
Jewish Tango – Score, Ut Orpheus

Jewish Tango-Ut Orpheus-GutmanJewish Tango by Delilah Gutman, for piano, has been published by the Ut Orpheus Editions, of Bologna.

 

 

 

March
Serendipity – Score, Sinfonica

  Serendipity-Sinfonica-GutmanSerendipity by Delilah Gutman, a collection of 18 pieces for piano, has been published by the Sinfonica Edition, of Milan.

 

2013

October 9
Classical Discoveries Web Radio
WPRB

On Wednesday, October 9, Classical Discoveries will be airing between 9 and 10 am (US eastern time) “My sound of purple silence”  – for viola, piano and elecronics – and “Un battito di sole” – for viola and piano – two compositions from “Acqua”, with the choreography by Vittorio Colella.
You can listen on line at http://www.wprb.com

 

 

August 20
Rovereto, International Festival W.A.Mozart

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“Once upon a time Mozart!”
Premiére in “Vox in femina”
Laura Catrani, soprano
International Festival W.A.Mozart
Cortile di Palazzo Alberti Rovereto

The first sounds that we listen to, before we are born and explore life, are those of the voice of our mother, from an exceptional auditorium: the belly. Then follow those of the first lullabies.  “Once upon a time Mozart” is an homage to W. A. Mozart and to the voice of Laura Catrani. It suggests the story of creation of one of the most known melodies of the mozartian repertoire – the joyful incipit theme of “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” (composed to celebrate an event) – through two questions, that I have asked myself while composing it: what melodies Mozart had been listening to from the belly of his mother and which lullabies was singing his mother to her little baby? “Once upon a time Mozart” is one of the possible musical answers: starting from the gradual modal elaboration of an original lullaby, which musical material takes from the personal sound dimension of Hebrew modes – some of these share the major scale and the minor harmonic scale with the tonal system – is reached the final citing of the “little serenade”. The melodic line so becomes the guideline of the fantastic and joyful story, which conducts to the notes of Mozart through the poetic words of “Lullaby to Benjamin” by Manrico Murzi.

I primi suoni che ascoltiamo, prima ancora di nascere ed esplorare la vita, sono quelli della voce della nostra mamma, da un’auditorium d’eccezione: la pancia! Seguono, poi, quelli della prima Ninnananna. L’idea immaginaria di “Once upon time Mozart”, un’omaggio a W.A.Mozart e alla voce di Laura Catrani, suggerisce la storia della creazione di una tra le più celebri melodie del repertorio mozartiano – il gioioso incipit tematico di “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” (composto per il festeggiamento di un evento) – attraverso due domande che mi sono posta durante la scrittura: quali melodie ascoltava Mozart dalla pancia della sua mamma e quale Ninnanna cantava la sua mamma al piccolo bebè?”Once upon time Mozart” è una possibile risposta musicale: dalla graduale elaborazione modale di un’originale Ninnananna, il cui materiale compositivo attinge alla personale dimensione sonora di modi ebraici – alcuni di questi condividono con il sistema tonale la scala maggiore e minore armonica –  si giunge alla finale citazione della “piccola serenata”. La linea melodica diventa, così, il filo della storia fantastica e gioiosa, che ci ri-conduce attraverso il testo di Manrico Murzi “Ninnananna a Benjamin” alle note di Mozart.

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