Paola & Debora

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Paola & Debora transform music into vital energy, their message is to transmit waves of harmony and union.
Overcoming barriers of time and places they turn to the communicative power of music to promote balance and positivity.
Music has led them to be open, innovative and versatile, always in constant exploration and interaction with new artistic perspectives. For them music is life, a valuable asset that belongs to all, with this inspiration their musical activities pay special attention to the realization of projects of a humanitarian nature.

Of particular interest are their debut at the Sydney Conservatory and in the historical Rachmaninoff Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
They collaborated with various contemporary composers, becoming in some occasions recipients of their works (Hugues Dufourt, Azio Corghi, Francesco Antonioni, Giovanni Sollima, Michele dall'Ongaro). In the jazz field they interacted with Stefano Bollani, Uri Caine and Giorgio Gaslini.
The Naqqara ensemble and the Mascoulisse quartet are the musical groups they mostly performed with, while in the theatrical field they collaborated with Bustric (Sergio Bini) with whom " cloudy and music", "Variety of animals" , "The magical little Prince" and "Ottanta" with Guido Barbieri (reciter) were born.
They hold many concerts for Rai (Radio 3 Suite, the concerts at the Quirinale). They recorded the Concerto for two pianos and orchestra by F. Poulenc with the Orchestra of Italian Switzerland Radio conducted by Tito Ceccherini (Amadeus), and also recorded for the Dynamic music by G. Kurtag, G. Ligeti, L.Berio, obtaining awards from the most prestigious music magazines (Diapason *****, Le Monde de la Musique ****).
In 2016 the CD "Between Earth and Heaven" (Continuo Records) was published with the music of Aurelio Canonici, while in June 2017 it was published as an attachment to the magazine "Suonare News" (in collaboration with Cidim) their latest CD containing music by Mozart / Grieg, Debussy, Ravel, Gershwin. This work shares the search for a harmonious balance for the future civilization expressed by the Third Paradise of Michelangelo Pistoletto, of which it shows the symbol on the cover.