MUSIC FOR THE WORLD

MUSIC FOR THE WORLD showcases some of Delirium Musicum's music projects to support causes that make our planet and society a better place to live.

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DELIRIUM MUSICUM FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE

At a time when the streets resonate with the people’s demand for justice and equality, we must ask ourselves how we can be part of change, and what concrete actions we can take for a profound and lasting evolution of our society.

Diversity has always been an unquestioned core value of Delirium Musicum, with the beautiful differences between each individual being the strength of the group, and the respect of these, the glue of the ensemble.

At DM, we are engaging in conversations and projects to better understand the pain, the anger, the anxiety, and the hopes of those whose lives are threatened in today’s society.

If you want to speak up, share a story, a thought, please get in touch with us.
For us musicians, it is now our turn to listen to you.

Hallelujah was recorded by Delirium Musicum musicians Javier Iglesias-Martin (cello), Joo Lee (cello), and Ryan Baird (bass), on 2 continents during the Covid19 pandemic. This song is produced in support of social justice, and to create a human connection and emotional support during these unprecedented times. May it help us to take a step back from the turmoil to re-center ourselves, so we can make the right decisions and take actions to create a future where we all can live peacefully.

Hallelujah - In support of Social Justice


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BELLA CIAO WAS RECORDED BY 20 MUSICIANS OF THE DELIRIUM MUSICUM FAMILY, OVER 3 CONTINENTS DURING THE COVID19 QUARANTINE.

Bella Ciao is an old Italian revolutionary tune sung by women to protest against their working conditions, and has since become emblematic of resistance against all oppression throughout the world. It is also the main theme from Netflix show Money Heist/La Casa de Papel.

It is our homage to the victims of the virus, as well as to the outstanding work of all health professionals saving lives.

For this video, our concert halls were living rooms, hotel rooms, and parks; the high tech recording devices were our phones. Through this clip, we want to invoke the power of music to bring us together across borders, and to spread a limitless message of resilience and hope.

Let's make music resonate in people’s hearts louder than any virus!

Bella Ciao - COVID19 Quarantine Video




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DELIRIUM MUSICUM
PO Box 29183
Los Angeles, CA 90029


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