15.05
Lorenzo Senni / Lim

29.05
Palm Wine / Lorenzo BITW

12.06
Daniele Baldelli / Nan Kolè

Who is stopping us now!
Happyspritz@Guggenheim returns this May

The gates of the museum are once again open to jumpstart the ninth edition of Happyspritz@guggenheim, the most “social” event of the season, realized thanks to our collaboration with Aperol Spritz, one of the oldest members of the Guggenheim Intrapresæ.

We are awaiting your arrival to Peggy’s house, for an alternative evening with your friends. Accompanied by exhilarating rhythms, the DJs’ many sets will bring the Nasher Sculpture Garden alive. The musical programming, curated by Alessandro Picunio and the Cultural Association Do Not Friday Venezia, includes the participation of some of the most successful artists of the independent, Italian music scene. Through their live dj-sets, they will create the sound effects of the three evenings.

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The ticket to the museum for Happyspritz@guggenheim is 13 euros, reduced to 5 euros with preferred access for those that have theYoung Pass.

The tickets can be bought online at this link on the Wednesday before each Happyspritz evening. Even if the online tickets sell out, tickets can be purchased at the door starting at 7pm until the spots sell out.

Museum doors open at 7pm and remain open until the event sells out.

The ticket includes two drinks.

Lorenzo Senni

LORENZO SENNI

Producer from Milan, starting from techno he made the first record ever made by an Italian for Warp Records. Lorenzo Senni is an electronic musician, from the class of ‘83, internationally known by his album Quantum Jelly (2012), from which he was signed by the prestigious British label Warp Records, with whom he released Persona (2016). To complete Senni’s resumé, he has also made soundtracks for short films, collaborated with How to dress Well and participated in the group One Circle, in trio with Daniele Mana, aka Vaghe Stelle, and Francesco Fantini, aka A:RA. Guest at Club to Club 2016, he played solo in the Warp slot and with One Circle..



LIM

LIM

L I M is the project of Sofia Gallotti. In this project the musician mixes dark and hypnotic electronica, delicate trip-hop, and adds influences from alternative R&B, club culture, the classics of trip-hop and the Moderat school. But that’s not it. Sofia is also influenced by the lounge tradition of the 70’s, rendering it contemporary. Her formula is to bring together the intimacy and softness of the voice and the cold, dark and suggestive nature of the digital. An electronic pop also conceived thanks to the work of RIVA, the twenty-three-year-old producer from Milan active in the field of sonorization for publicity and events.



Palm Wine

PALM WINE

PALM WINE is a project of Simone Bertuzzi launched in blog format in 2009: a window into the sounds and imaginary in a post-global world. Palm Wine regularly DJs warm border-crossing acoustics: dancehall, dub, tarraxinha, kuduro, azonto, afro beats, UK bass, rasterinha and all sub-genres categorized under the definition of Tropical Bass. From 2013 to 2015 he organized Bunker Sonidero, a monthly party in Turin that hosted international artists such as Venus X, Chief Boima, Dubbel Dutch, Dj Marfox and many others. He has collaborated for festivals and events, including: OPEN (Milan Triennale, 2012), Sonido Classics (Milan, 2016), MASH (Milan, 2015/2016). He teaches at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Bergamo. Simone Bertuzzi is also part of the artistic duo Invernomuto, active in the field of visual arts from 2003.



Lorenzo BITW

LORENZO BITW

He is considered a living legend and is a point of reference for many Italian DJs. Recognized internationally, he started his career in 1969, before the existence of mixing desks and headphones for pre-listening. He was the first to introduce the use of electronic drums, synthesizers and samplers, which at the time had only 4 seconds of memory. In the 80s, he invented the “Dee Jay concert”, a set that involved 4 plates, 2 mixers, electronic drums or percussion. In recent years he has continued to improve his mixing technique - his real passion. His residencies in historic locations like the Baia degli Angeli (1977/78) and Cosmic (from 1979 to 1984) continue to be remembered and celebrated.



Daniele Baldelli

DANIELE BALDELLI

He is considered a living legend and is a point of reference for many Italian DJs. Recognized internationally, he started his career in 1969, before the existence of mixing desks and headphones for pre-listening. He was the first to introduce the use of electronic drums, synthesizers and samplers, which at the time had only 4 seconds of memory. In the 80s, he invented the “Dee Jay concert”, a set that involved 4 plates, 2 mixers, electronic drums or percussion. In recent years he has continued to improve his mixing technique - his real passion. His residencies in historic locations like the Baia degli Angeli (1977/78) and Cosmic (from 1979 to 1984) continue to be remembered and celebrated.



Nan Kole

NAN KOLÈ

In January 2015 the DJ and producer from Rome Nan Kolè, born Francesco Cucchi, discovered Gqom online and decided to bring it to Europe. He moved to London and founded the record label Gqom Oh! diffusing this genre in the clubs of the British capital. In January 2016 the label produced a compilation, titled Gqom Oh! The Sound of Durban. Following this, Nan Kolè went to South Africa where he met young musicians of the townships and filmed the documentary Woza Taxi with the collective Crudo Volta.



Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Dorsoduro 701, 30123 Venezia

info@guggenheim-venice.it

Tel. 041 2405411



The ticket to the museum for Happyspritz@guggenheim is 13 euros, reduced to 5 euros with preferred access for those that have the Young Pass.

The tickets can be bought online at this link on the Wednesday before each Happyspritz evening. Even if the online tickets sell out, tickets can be purchased at the door starting at 7pm until the spots sell out.

Museum doors open at 7pm and remain open until the event sells out.

The ticket includes two drinks.

If it rains, the event will be cancelled and the tickets can be reimbursed within 3 days of the cancelled event. Alternatively, the tickets can be used for the next Happyspritz.