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GIVE A STRING
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After 3 years, the Rey Ardid Foundation in collaboration with the School of Violeria continues with the recovery of heritage and traditional techniques of violeria, with the active participation of people with disabilities associated with mental illness.

Musicians are sought to contribute their knowledge and needs in relation to the use of traditionally made gut strings for repertoires of ancient and classical music on various instruments (violas, vihuelas, violins, cellos, harps …). This information will be important for a project that wants to develop the elaboration of these ropes. Click here for more information on the project.

Collaborate in this initiative by answering this simple survey!

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With your participation, you are supporting a social initiative, helping to create employment for a vulnerable group and, on the other hand, collaborating in the recovery of a cultural heritage related to the art of violeria.

Delyramus Project: Moms sign up for training at CEIP Menéndez Pidal | Yehudi Menuhin Foundation Spain
Delyramus Project: Moms sign up for training at CEIP Menéndez Pidal | Yehudi Menuhin Foundation Spain 1024 576 delyramus

Applying the MUS-E Methodology and within the framework of the ‘Creative Europe’ Program, in coordination with the Rey Juan Carlos University and with the collaboration of the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare, the Ministry of Education of the Andalusian Government, we continue showing the work in the Delyramus Project for the 2019-2020 academic year. And we do it with a short film about the training of mothers at CEIP Menéndez Pidal.
You can see the video here, it is short but the duration does not matter, because it was about capturing the moment when these four mothers of boys and girls of the Delyramus Project make percussion and work together. They observe, attend and synchronize with small percussion elements.

Manuel Calleja at CEIP Menéndez Pidal, CEIP Andalucía and CEIP Victoria Díez with Delyramus
Manuel Calleja at CEIP Menéndez Pidal, CEIP Andalucía and CEIP Victoria Díez with Delyramus 1024 576 delyramus
Espacio en Blanco at the University San Jorge of Zaragoza
Espacio en Blanco at the University San Jorge of Zaragoza 724 1024 delyramus

Tomorrow, December 11, the DELYRAMUS exhibition, a set of works consisting of 7 canvases and 10 watercolors made in the Visions Space within the workshops of the European project and 4, opens in the Blank Space of the University of San Jorge de Zaragoza. Large format works and Collages from the workshop held at the I Delyramus Event in Guarda, Portugal.

I Delyramus Event in Guarda, Portugal
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ADM Estrela marked the weekend from November 15 to 16 at the Guarda Municipal Theater (TMG), with the organization of the Delyramus: Music, Art and Inclusion event that culminated in the presentation of the show Confidências.

With the participation of European partners from Zaragoza (ESP), Madrid (ESP) and Naples (ITA), this event featured exhibitions, concerts, conferences and workshops on themes relating to European cultural heritage, especially in the area of music and ancient musical instruments, with the relationship between artistic practices and inclusion.

From exhibitions of antique instruments and violin art materials, to artwork by mentally ill users, to photographs of performing workshops by ADM Estrela users, to board games in Italy, there was a wealth of content on display at the foyer from TMG’s large auditorium during the weekend.

On Friday, November 15, the event began with the presence of the Councilor for Culture of the city of Guarda, Victor Amaral, who highlighted the relevance of the relationship between cultural activities and social integration, also on the stage of the candidacy of Guarda . The European Capital of Culture 2027.

On the 15th, conferences were held on themes of music, inclusion and ancient European instruments as a common heritage, and concluded with the visit and intervention of the Mayor of Guarda, Carlos Monteiro.

The closing of the day was in charge of the invited musicians Pilar Almalé and Luis Miguel Bajén (Zaragoza, Spain) and Ricardo Leitão Pedro (Porto, Portugal) who performed an old music concert using several of the instruments, performed by the Violería school from Zaragoza, which were exhibited at the exhibitions.

On Saturday, workshops were held on plastic activities, as well as presentations on the construction of musical instruments. During the afternoon, a guided-theatrical visit was made in the historic center of Guarda, organized by the Hereditas Association.

The day concluded with the presentation of the show Confidências in the Grand Auditorium of the Municipal Theater of Guarda. This performance, carried out by the 20 users of the ADM Estrela Occupational Activities Center, in Estrela Valley, was directed by Tiago Sami Pereira showing the results of the performative workshops held during 2019 in the Municipal Theater of Guarda Spaces, also in the field of Delyramus project.The Delyramus: Music, Art and Inclusion event was organized as part of the “Delyramus – Audicence Development: Musicl, Luthiers and Mental Health” European project, co-funded by the Creative Europe: Culture program, and was supported by the Guarda Municipal Theater and the Guarda City Hall.

DELYRAMUS AT THE SAN JORGE DE ZARAGOZA UNIVERSITY
DELYRAMUS AT THE SAN JORGE DE ZARAGOZA UNIVERSITY 1024 724 delyramus

The Blank Space, of the University San Jorge de Zaragoza, will host from December 11 until January 3, 2020 the collection of pictorial works made in Visions Space within the Delyramus project.

This collection consists of 10 canvases, and 6 watercolors where parts of the paintings María Reina de los Cielos- Museo de Zaragoza as well as Los Gozos de la Virgen-Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia are reproduced

Previously, these works will be exhibited at the 1st European Cultural Event of the project in the Grand Auditorium of the Municipal Theater of Guarda, Portugal.

In addition, on the opening day, attendees will be shown some of the instruments made together with the Violeros School of Zaragoza.

 

XXIV edition of the IMPROVISA – SALAMANCA Summer Course in PALENCIA
XXIV edition of the IMPROVISA – SALAMANCA Summer Course in PALENCIA 1024 577 delyramus

Between July 22 and 28, 2019, the XXIV edition of the IMPROVISA – SALAMANCA Summer Course in PALENCIA, organized by the Institute of Musical Education E. Molina (IEM) and Enclave Creativa editions, took place in Palencia. On this occasion they had the collaboration of the Professional Conservatory of Music of Palencia, where the training sessions were held, and of the Rey Juan Carlos University through the DELYRAMUS project: Music, Luthiers and Mental Health, within the Call for Support to European cooperation projects, 2018, Creative Europe (EACEA / 32/2017).

In this Summer Course through the IEM Methodology, based on improvisation, theoretical and practical learning is combined for different levels and instruments and much of the work is based on tonal music models: Baroque, classical, romantic and jazz and related; but also through the incorporation of models of impressionism, neo-modalities and contemporary trends. In this Course, as in the set of activities of the IEM, an attempt was made to promote and strengthen a pedagogical system for learning and teaching music based on the integral development of creativity and imagination, and on improvisation understood as control of musical language

As a complement to this training every afternoon and evening there were activities and concerts in different areas of the city, designed not only as a continuation of learning but as a means of bringing music to new audiences, which linked to one of the objectives of the Delyramus project.

For the follow-up of the activities carried out, on July 26 a series of coordination meetings were held between the members of the URJC team and the directors of the Summer course.

  

 

 

 

 

Delyramus Project: we closed the school year at the CEIP Andalucía, CEIP Menéndez Pidal and CEIP Victoria Díez with the best possible feelings
Delyramus Project: we closed the school year at the CEIP Andalucía, CEIP Menéndez Pidal and CEIP Victoria Díez with the best possible feelings 1024 576 delyramus

200 pupils from the three mentioned Sevillian centers participate in the Delyramus project.

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Creative workshops in Naples
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The work of the two Neapolitan day centers continues. L’Aquilone and Canone Inverso are involved with the Community Foundation of the Historical Center of Naples in Delyramus, a project promoted by our Foundation under the “EUROPA CREATIVA” Program. As many as 4 different laboratories have been activated, involving 15 beneficiaries with intellectual discomforts:

  1. Sensory laboratory;
  2. artistic reproduction laboratory starting from paintings representing medieval string instruments;
  3. theatrical, dance and musical re-elaboration laboratory of the paintings representing medieval instruments;
  4. multisensory instrument construction laboratory.

Just in these days, the guys of the day center L’Aquilone have been developing, based on a drawing by Javier Martinez of Zaragoza Ass. Escuela de Violeros, the miniature model of the multisensory musical instrument.

Yehudi Menuhin Foundation Delyramus Program: the art of music as a tool for social encounter and inclusion in three centers in Seville
Yehudi Menuhin Foundation Delyramus Program: the art of music as a tool for social encounter and inclusion in three centers in Seville 1024 576 delyramus
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