EYLON MALHI:FLYING THROUGH THE MUSIC…AND WATCH THIS GREAT VIDEO OF FLAMENCO RUMBA!


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Artist Eylon Malhi (he lives in Tel Aviv, Israel) composed, performed, edited and produced «Sneaking Flute» soundtrack for the « Flower’s stem » video by Mitrani Yarden and Roberto Alborghetti. We have asked him to tell something about his experience in the music.   

By EYLON MALHI

I am a musician, composer a musical producer and sound artist. I started to play on piano since 5 years old classic music and at 10 years old I decided to pass playing guitar.

I passed most of my life as a guitarist. I am usually playing blues and rock and when I was 17 years old I started to play flamenco.

When I arrived to play in a higher levels of quality in my speciality in the style of flamenco I found myself developing techniques of the rumba style. Two years later I started to play bossa-nova and samba.

 

At the age of 19 I have opened a recording studio in Tel-Aviv and had been closed one year after. In the second part of that year I have started to work as a composer in an electronic music band called “Triplett”.

With “Triplett” group we had arrived to amazing  and respected places around the world and also collaborating with the top electronic musicians all around the globe.

In the age of 20 I have started to performed all around Tel-Aviv city with songs I had composed and written from my first album which is still not finish and published.

I have gathered wonderful and amazing comments around the whole city and I played with the most talented and best musicians all over Israel.

Today I am 22 years old and I am taking one step higher all everything I know and all my knowledge, passion, love and my creativity. I’m starting to open my wings in everything which connected and take part about composing, producing, editing, writing, music and sound. The small process I passed from 5 years old until today had brought me the best tools I need to open my wings and fly…

Today I am sitting in a new studio at my home in Tel-Aviv coming and improving day by day in the business of voice designing,sound and creativity.

 

EYLON MALHI

 

EYLON MALHI AT SOUNDCLOUD

MEETING A JAPANESE GIRL… NEW VIDEO AND HAIKU CARD BY M.YARDEN, R.ALBORGHETTI & E.MALHI

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Artwork: MITRANI YARDEN

 

Words:  ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

 

Videoclip created and produced

by MITRANI YARDEN & ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

 

Soundtrack: EYLON MALHI (“Sneaking Flute”)

 

From the forthcoming Collection & Project (HOPES)

 

HAIKU - FLOWER 2

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ABOUT MITRANI YARDEN (OFFICIAL WEBSITE)

 

ABOUT ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI (OFFICIAL BLOGSITE)

 

EYLON MALHI AT SOUNDCLOUD

“THE GHOST BUS” GOES TO TUSCANY (AND ON BACH…) FOR THE ITALIAN PREMIERE: THE OFFICIAL TRAILER

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This is the trailer about the Italian premiere of “The Ghost Bus”  by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, Bartons PLC, ACT GROUP. After the successful events of March 2015 in Nottingham ( UK ), the short film premiere will take place on October 24-25 in Tuscany, on Monte Amiata, Piancastagnaio, Siena, in collaboration with OSA Onlus and the Municipality of Piancastagnaio ( Siena ). A party from UK, promoted by ACT Group, Marysia Zipser and Corymbus Tour Operator will join the events. For the occasion, Roberto Alborghetti and Mitrani Yarden will present a new project for art, fashion and design, with a great creation of haute couture inspired by “The Ghost Bus” short film. “Can you believe that this art is from an old bus ?”. Soundtrack: J.S. Bach, from Toccata in D minor ( J.Brown ). “The road never ends…”.

“The Ghost Bus” (L’Autobus Fantasma) di ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, BARTONS PLC, ACT GROUP. Dopo gli eventi speciali del Marzo 2015 a Nottingham (Regno Unito), ecco in Italia la “prima” nazionale del cortometraggio, il 24-25 ottobre, Monte Amiata, Piancastagnaio, Siena, in collaborazione con OSA Onlus e Comune di Piancastagnaio (Siena). Previsti eventi speciali. “Ci credi che quest’arte è su un vecchio auto bus?” Soundtrack: J.S. Bach, from Toccata in D minore (J.Brown). “La strada non ha mai fine…”.

 

THE GHOST BUS Toscana - Copia - Copia

 

UPWARD AND OVER / 19 ABSTRACTS FROM A GARBAGE CONTAINER…

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19 abstract photos from a big waste-container… Artworks by Roberto Alborghetti for its “Lacer/actions” project-research about decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. Soundtrack: “Upward and Over” by Matthew Robertson, Mike Reed.

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI - LACER/ACTIONS, 2015

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI – LACER/ACTIONS, 2015

 

LETTING ME GO (ON WAVES): COLLAGE ON A TABLE MADE WITH 1.258 PIECES OF WASTE-PAPER FROM DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTERS

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This work for my “Lacer/actions” project is a collage made on a table using 1.258 waste-paper pieces of torn and decomposed outdoor advertisings. I gathered every single paper pieces along the streets, after the old publicity posters were torn down from the billboards. Its title is : “Letting me go (on Waves)” inspired by a zen proverb: “Let go or be dragged” . It covers a wood table; sizes: cms 108 x 51. Enjoy the clip… Soundtrack: “Getting there”, by Silent Partner.

© Roberto Alborghetti – LaceR-Actions, Collage on a table - Letting me go (on Waves)

© Roberto Alborghetti – LaceR-Actions, Collage on a table – Letting me go (on Waves)

 

“THE GHOST BUS”: FROM UNITED KINGDOM TO ITALY…GREAT ARTICLES ON ENGLISH AND ITALIAN PRESS

THE NOTTINGHAM POST 5 AGO 2015 (362x640)

CORRIERE DI SIENA AGO 2015

Two Countries (UK and Italy), two regions (East Midlands and Tuscany), two cities (Nottingham and Siena), two popular heroes (Robin Hood and Ghino di Tacco) and one project: “The Ghost Bus”. As already announced, after the great welcome in Beeston (last March 2015), the amazing project by Roberto Alborghetti, Bartons Plc and Act Group will land to Tuscany (24-25 October) for the Italian premiere of the short film dedicated to the old bus kept in Bartons vintage car and buses depot in Beeston. In these days, English and Italian press are dedicating great articles to this event which is goin’ to be one of the most waited in Tuscany for the next Fall season.

Thanks to Act Group, his Founder Marysia Zipser and Corymbus Tour Operator, is expected from the UK the arrival of a group of visitors who will tour  the main centers of Tuscany, from Florence to Siena,  makin’ a stop on the enchanting Monte Amiata to participate to the events promoted, for the presentation of the short film, in collaboration with Piancastagnaio Major, Luigi Vangaggini,  the Municipality and Osa Onlus and his Founder Nicola Cirocco. More details of the program will come in the next weeks.

For the occasion, Roberto Alborghetti and Mitrani Yarden, talented fashion designer and artist, will present an “haut couture” creation dedicated to one of the pictures from “The Ghost Bus”, and they will also be announcing an upcoming project dedicated to art, fashion, design and communication. The short film premiere will be also the main event of the 17 th Edition of the National School Journals and Videos Award.

In the photos (above): the articles about the Italian premiere of “The Ghost Bus” and the Act Tour in Tuscany. They were published by The Nottingham Post and Corriere di Siena.

“AURORA BOREALIS” VIDEOCLIP: 18 ABSTRACT IMAGES FROM STREETS OF ISOLA DELLE FEMMINE (SICILY)

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“As Aurora Borealis…”: this videoclip presents 18 abstract images I took from the streets of the enchanting Isola delle Femmine (Sicily, Italy) for my LACER/ACTIONS project-research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters.

Copyright by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI - LACER/ACTIONS, 2015

Copyright by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI – LACER/ACTIONS, 2015