All tagged Julian De La Chica
IGM proudly presents the new album of Soprano Rachel Hippert, featuring the early sacred songs of Julian De La Chica. Check out the video in which both singer and composer discuss Profanum, and hear some of the most stunning moments of Hippert's performance on the album. We are also delighted to share these artful and reflective notes on the album, written for us by American actor and Opera Star, Zachary James.
Julián de la Chica wrote this tribute to Amy Winehouse 8 years ago when he heard about Amy’s tragic death while on a cab drive to his home in Brooklyn. He was in shock. On the radio Amy’s song “You know I’m no good” played.
Camp I is the new single of composer Julián De La Chica, feat. American cellist Benjamin Larsen. This work is part of his cycle Psychosis and is inspired by his trip to Poland in 2018.
Inspired by his mother’s illness, Julián De La Chica composed “Close your eyes” in 2012. The lyrics, written and recorded by jazz singer Omayra, tell a story of a love that ides but continues in each of us, even if only in memory.
Inspired by his last trip to Berlin, Krakow and Warsaw, composer Julián De la Chica immerses in electronic experimentation and influences ranging from ambient and post-minimal, to genres such as acid, industrial and minimal electronic.
During the Summer, Composer Julián De La Chica visited Auschwitz for the first time. During his visit, he found himself drawn to the photo of a woman prisoner, Aniela. He composed this piece in her honor on his way back to Krakow.
IGM presents Io sono la musica, the new single of New York based, Dominican Tenor José Heredia featuring American Soprano Rachel Hippert. The duet, composed by Julián de la Chica, tells the story of a man who loses his muse (music) and understands that only when he forgets his ego will he find her again.