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FLASHBACKS of Diloga’s Anniversary

Diloga’s 7th Anniversary

Hi amigos!

La verdad es que hablar de la noche del 7mo Aniversario de Diloga es todo un gusto. Una noche en la que se dieron cita todos los relacionados con nosotros. Amigos, estudiantes locales y extranjeros, proveedores, vecinos, gente del barrio de Gracia, en fin amigos, que nos convertimos en un punto de encuentro maravilloso. Rodeados de Arte… Piezas de 12 artistas nos acompañaron,  todas relacionadas con el mismo tema: “Cuentos del Jardin” a propó de la llegada de la tan ansiada Primavera… La instalación homenaje a la naturaleza de Barcelona  de Lulo Gomez “Camino al Eden”, sirvio como escenario para los acordes del gran músico Mel Semé, cantante de Black Ghandi, quien nos deleitó con ritmos que pasaron por el Jazz, Marley, Pop y hasta completar todos cantando al unísono ¨La Bamba¨o coreando tambien todos las rancheras “Ël Rey” y “Volver, volver” …

Mientras, Oscar Ribes del Restaurante “Roma” cortaba el jamon , se servian los vinitos tintos, el queso y los panes con tomate, se escuchaba a todo el mundo hablando en Español, Catalá, Inglés, Portugués y Aleman, que gustazo…. Otra experiencia vivida en Diloga, rindiendo tributo al Arte, la Amistad  y los Idiomas como enlace de la comunicación humana. Gracias a todos!

Jan De Lassen

Hola friends!

The truth is that talking about the 7th anniversary of Diloga is a great pleasure. A night in which everyone related to us met.  Friends, local and foreign students, suppliers, neighbors, people from the Gracia neighborhood,  all great friends, turned Diloga into a  fantastic meeting point. Surrounded by Art… Pieces from 12 artists accompanied us, all related to the same subject “Tales from the garden” just in the arrival of the beloved Spring… The installation homage to the nature  of Barcelona “Road to Eden” presented by Lulo Gomez, served as a background  for the accords of Mel Semé, singer of the “Black Ghandi” band, who delighted us with  different rhythms  from  Jazz, Marley, Pop, ending with all of us singing “La Bamba”  Mexican songs like “El Rey” and “Volver, volver” all together…

Meantime, Oscar Ribes, from Roma Restaurant was in charge of cutting the Ham leg, red wines were being served, cheese, bread with tomato, while everyone was talking different languages, Spanish, Catalan, English, Portuguese and German,  how nice!… Another experience lived in Diloga, paying tribute to Art, Friendship and Languages as a link of human communication. Thank you all!

Jan De Lassen

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