'' It's simple: a unique concert between two important musicians from territories or cultural traditions in conflict with each other. ''
2 Musicians +
2 Territories +
1 Shared Stage
because music has the power to create peace
one stage, two musicians
combining the art and creativity of musicians from territories and cultural traditions in conflict between them
A dialogue made of notes, scales and harmonies
to convey messages of co-division and mutual respect through music
2 musicians + 2 territories + 1 shared stage
In 2016, our festival shared five intimate concerts in prestigious locations in the heart of Rome. Each event featured two distinguished artists from, or representing, two different territories and cultures in conflict with each other: Serhat Akbal and Marwan Samer (Kurdistan and Iraq); Pejman Tadayon and Riccardo Manzi (Iran and Jewish music); Nando Citarella and Tcha Limberger (Italian popular music and gypsy music); Gabin Dabiré and Zam M. Dembélé (Burkina Faso and Mali); Shao Yue Shen and Loten Namling (China and Tibet).