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05/20/2017

20 May 2017. Between Two Worlds (The Dybbuk): American music, Visual arts, Choreography, Folklore. A collaboration of ICAMus with SguardiDanza-Center for the Arts.

A creative introduction and multi-disciplinary approach to Aloma Bardi's book Esotismi musicali del Dibbuk (American and European composers inspired by S. An-Ski's play, The Dybbuk: Or, Between Two Worlds) in a meeting with the author, featuring original choreographies to compositions by Copland and Bernstein. The first collaboration of ICAMus with SguardiDanza-Center for the Arts in Montespertoli (Florence). Between Two Worlds: (The Dybbuk): American Music, Visual Arts, Choreography, Folklore. Aloma Bardi - book author, introduction & comments; Antonella Bardi - choreographies & visual art; Giulia Morandi - solo dancer; Ivano Bini - narrator. At SguardiDanza-Center for the Arts, Via della Gora 15/1, Loc. Baccaiano, Montespertoli (Firenze), Italy. Saturday, May 20, 2017, 9:00 pm.

ANCIENT LEGENDS, AMERICAN MUSIC, AND NEW CHOREOGRAPHIES.

Event invitation postcard: Young dancer, Giulia Morandi, in Between Two Worlds (The Dybbuk), an original choreography by Antonella Bardi premiering in a collaboration of ICAMus with SguardiDanza-Center for the Arts in Montespertoli, Florence, on 05-20-2017.

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Aloma Bardi, Esotismi musicali del Dibbuk. Ispirazioni da un soggetto del folclore ebraico (American and European composers inspired by S. An-Ski's play, The Dybbuk). Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale" - Centro di Studi Ebraici, Series "Archivio di Studi Ebraici", directed by Prof. Giancarlo Lacerenza; 2014, Book cover. Photo from Rachel Michaeli's production of The Dybbuk: An American Opera in Yiddish in Three Acts by contemporary American composer, Solomon Epstein. Act III, Scene 7 (Finale of opera): the veiled bride; death of Leah. Soprano Camilla Griehsel as Leah. Rachel Michaeli, stage director. Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre, Tel Aviv, 2 May 1999. © Rachel Michaeli, wanderop@netvision.net.il . A study of Solomon Epstein's unpublished opera, The Dybbuk is the content for the last chapter of Aloma Bardi's book, pp. 162-183.

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A WORK OF CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ART INSPIRED BY THE DYBBUK.

Antonella Bardi. Dibbuk; mixed technique/mixed media on canvas; 2017; detail. This new piece will be exhibited for the first time in public on May 20, 2017, on the occasion of the ICAMus-SguardiDanza event.

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SguardiDanza - Center for the Arts (Montespertoli, Firenze, Italy). New Logo.

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Photo from Rachel Michaeli's production of The Dybbuk: An American Opera in Yiddish in Three Acts by contemporary American composer, Solomon Epstein. Act I: Tenor Joseph Aridan as Khonnon. Rachel Michaeli, stage director. Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre, Tel Aviv, 2 May 1999. © Rachel Michaeli, wanderop@netvision.net.il . An entire chapter (pp. 162-183) of Aloma Bardi's book is devoted to Solomon Epstein's unpublished opera.

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