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  1. Diamanda Galás (San Diego, California; 29 de agosto de 1955) es una vocalista, performer, compositora y pianista concertista estadounidense de raíces griegas. [1] [2] [3] Ha incursionado desde sus inicios en la música de vanguardia, manejando un sonido experimental y sórdido característico, a veces denominado "galasiano".

  2. Diamanda Galás (born August 29, 1955) is an American musician, singer-songwriter, and visual artist. She has campaigned for AIDS education and the rights of the infected.

  3. U.S. FILM PREMIERE: SCHREI 27. Screening March 28-30 at Performance Space 122 (New York City), with a special talk with Diamanda on March 30. Now on Instagram! Follow Diamanda on Instagram and Twitter!

  4. Diamanda Galás is a singer of original and politically charged works, such as Plague Mass, Defixiones and The Refugee. She has collaborated with orchestrators, filmmakers and poets, and performed in sacred spaces with no electronics or amplification.

  5. 2 de jun. de 2022 · Revisiting “The Divine Punishment,” the first album in a trilogy addressing AIDS, and at work on new music, the singer and composer is still exploring isolation in her singular, startling way...

  6. Diamanda Galás. 88,716 likes · 1,169 talking about this. The official page of Diamanda Galás.

  7. 12 de jun. de 2024 · Upon the release of her new album Broken Gargoyles, Diamanda Galás discusses her unflinching exploration of soldiers mutilated by war, the album's roots in the poetry of Georg Heym and the photos of Ernst Friedrich, and why the pandemic was a prompt to live in the moment