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Libertação
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You can now see the documentary Libertação that was made in Guarda with the users of ADM Estrela in the workshop given by Tiago Sami Pereira within the Delyramus II project

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxBaYEvFwt4

Fundación Psico Ballet Maite León
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The Fundación Psico Ballet Maite León participates in the Delyramus project with the organization of a performing arts community workshop. The Foundation dedicates itself since 1980 to the social and labour integration of people with disabilities in the artistic field, has its own Inclusive Art School in Madrid, and maintains four contemporary dance theatre companies.

Through the workshop people at risk of social exclusion work on improving self-esteem, proprioception, teamwork, and motivation. In addition, the project includes the promotion of employment of people at risk of social exclusion, with the participation of a teacher with disabilities.

The workshop will be held from September to December 2022 and in January the final rehearsals will take place, ending with an exhibition open to the public on a stage in Madrid.

As stated by the Foundation, “The performing arts are a magnificent tool for social transformation both for society, which transforms its view of groups at risk of social exclusion, and for the participants themselves, who change their attitude, their way of working and cooperation, improving their self-esteem and self-perception”.

Neurological music therapist Hannah Slater will organize the community creative exchange workshop “Entre Compositores”
Neurological music therapist Hannah Slater will organize the community creative exchange workshop “Entre Compositores” 1024 683 delyramus

Neurological music therapist Hannah Slater will organize the community creative exchange workshop “Entre Compositores” within the context of the Delyramus project. Hannah Slater studied piano and music therapy at the Berklee College of Music (Boston, USA) where she received various recognitions for her public service work and was finalist in a composition competition.  She went on to practice music therapy at the ground-breaking clinic Neurologic Music Therapy Services of Arizona and has been collaborating with Musica para el Autismo since 2015. Through participation in the workshop, people with disabilities will be guided in composing different forms of music while collaborating with professional musicians.  This will cultivate the artistic potential of people with functional diversity and highlight their powerful contribution to cultural evolution. Additionally, caregivers, family and friends will be invited to workshops on the therapeutic use of music to increase the independence and quality of life of their loved ones. Starting in September, Hannah Slater will bring together the participants and professional musicians/composers once a week to develop a spoken word and digital instrumental track, an acoustic soundscape, and an improvisational piece, all of which will be performed in a final concert open to the public. Through their experiences, the participants will increase their self-esteem, sense of identity, and interpersonal connections. They will also showcase their creative capacities and transmit their messages to the community.

 

Javier Martínez presents his novel about the luthier Mateo Arratia at the Teruel Museum
Javier Martínez presents his novel about the luthier Mateo Arratia at the Teruel Museum 791 1024 delyramus

Diario de Teruel, CULTURA

“Violeros build joy, because the musical instrument is its best vehicle”

Today, Thursday, he will appear in the assembly hall of the Teruel Museum from 7:00 p.m., where Mateo Arratia will present. The viol player who confessed to the trees (Sibirana Ediciones). It is a historical novel that deals with the figure of an exciting character who cried out to be fictionalized, one of the most important instrument makers in 16th century Spain and whose dissipated life led him to be judged by the Holy Inquisition. A book, moreover, where ancient music and the history of the violería is the protagonist, from the deepest scientific knowledge.

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Documentary luthiers of Zaragoza in the XV and XVI
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Short  Documentary about the cultural and artistic importance of Luthery’s art in Zaragoza throughout the Renaissance. We visit some of the places in the city linked to the construction of musical instruments in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Join us on this exciting journey!

Cultural heritage and social inclusion. Pedagogical framework and guide for the self-assessment of teaching strategies.
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The professors of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos who elaborated the pedagogical framework, announce that this text, titled Cultural heritage and social inclusion. Pedagogical framework and guide for the self-assessment of teaching strategies has been sent to the publishing house. The framework that presents teaching and learning methodologies and perspectives for adult students with and without disability will be published as a book, and in open access, by the prestigious publishing house Octaedro. The provisional text is already available on the web page of the Delyramus Project. It contains, among others, chapters on social and work inclusion, cultural heritage as a way to promote employability of people with disabilities, the Universal Design Paradigm applied to training, and strategies for the improvement of the learning process.

On the picture: José Luis López Bastías of the editorial team.

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DELYRAMUS II PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK
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You can now consult the Pedagogical Framework carried out by the Rey Juan Carlos University

CULTURAL HERITAGE AND SOCIAL INCLUSION. PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK AND GUIDE FOR THE SELF-ASSESSMENT OF
TEACHING STRATEGIES

Marco pedagógico Delyramus II

The escuela de violeros of Zaragoza completes seven courses training luthiers
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Finalist in the last National Craft Award, this Tuesday he stars in a conference-concert in the Galve room of the Auditorium

Javier Martínez (Guadalaviar, Teruel, 1959), renowned instrument maker and director of the Violería School of Zaragoza.

The school has started its seventh year fully recovered from the pandemic (maintaining the logical prevention measures) and receiving praise at a national and international level. If in 2020 the legacy of the Aragonese violería was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, a few months ago it received the I Zaragoza Philharmonic Society Award and was a finalist for the National Crafts Award; They have also included him in a Cultural Interest, at the proposal of a project promoted by the Florence City Council. This Tuesday he will star in a concert conference in the Luis Galve room of the Zaragoza Auditorium (7:30 pm), within the program of the Philharmonic Society.

Viola player from Zaragoza, Miguel Bonal, will perform various musical pieces, and Javier Martínez, author of studies such as ‘Arte de violaría en la Zaragoza del Renacimiento’, will speak about the instrument makers in the Aragonese capital, a topic that he has been researching for decades but has not yet It has permeated many music fans. Hence the invitation of the Philharmonic Society to explain his discoveries.

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Source: Herald of Aragon 02.22.2022

Erasmus Day
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On the 15th of October, we held an Erasmus Day  Event titled “Erasmus+ Program an opportunity for all” at the Fondazione di Comunità del Centro Storico di Napoli working space to present the Erasmus+ Program and also the Delyramus et Laboramus project. The event lasted 2 hours and we discussed the Delyramus project and its expected IOs and also the new project goals that we wish to achieve. We invited the local association that worked in the previous project with disabled people to involve them in the implementation of the Delyramus et Laboramus idea.

      

Sistema Lupo “learning by doing”.
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The High Performance Research Group CINTER of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) has worked over the last year on various educational transfer projects which aims to make the heritage of the Community of Madrid and the heritage of the Royal Sites known through their historical-artistic legacy. These activities have been financed, among others, by the UCC + i of the URJC, with the aids for the promotion of scientific and technological culture, and innovation from the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT). The Yehudi Menuhin Spain Foundation and the Lupo System have collaborated in these activities.

 

Sistema Lupo is a game of building blocks of different sizes created by the architect Fermín Blanco. His philosophy is based on “learning by doing”. Thanks to this system, it has been possible to recreate historical buildings such as La Casita del Príncipe del Pardo, a menina from a Velázquez’s painting or historical musical instruments of a string quartet. These workshops and sessions dealt with various subjects, going from from theory to practice, always taking into account the inclusion and access to heritage of the smallest and most vulnerable groups. Many of these activities have been carried out, in fact, with people with intellectual and physical disabilities at the Centro Educativo y Ocupacional Virgen de Lourdes de la Fundación Promiva.

 

From September 2021, it is expected to be able to continue with these projects in schools in the Community of Madrid.