Susanna Parigi

Susanna Parigi

BandPopSinger/Songwriter

In her music Susanna often explores the hidden female universe: a sensuality that isn't satisfied by false romanticism; tenderness that doesn't stop within domestic walls but that would like to embrace the world.

Biography

Gets a piano degree at Conservatorio L.Cherubini of Florence.
Studies modern singing in Rome, opera singing in Bologna , jazz singing in Milan
and perfections herself in electronica at the Walter Savelli school.
Attends the theatre school "Quelli di Grock" in Milan and composes music for a few of their shows such as "Much noise about nothing" and "The twelth night" by Shakespeare.
In 1996 her first album as singer/song writer "Susanna Parigi" sees it's pubblication for RT music. It's produced by Vince Tempera like her second one entitled "Scomposta" which is released in november '99 for Nuova Carisch of Warner Chappell.
During the acoustic version of her concert, together with her inseparable accordion, she expresses an often hidden female universe, fragments of women which hardly ever correspond to what people think about them, a sensuality that isn't satisfied with false romanticism, tenderness that doesn't stop within domestic walls but that would like to embrace the world, a true passion for an ideal or for a job, the value of a deep friendship and solidarity where appearance, power and money have won over realtionships and feelings.