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Opening – Pamela D’amico

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Pamela D’Amico, Italian-Brazilian singer-songwriter, host, and percussionist, born on December 8th, has origins halfway between Abruzzo and northeast Brazil, in the colorful Salvador de Bahia. She lives in Rome where she pursues her artistic career. Following her inherent passion for music, she has lived in other cities around the world: in Brazil, where she lived for a long period, in Berlin with the Electro Brazil project, and in Moscow, upon invitation from the Italian and Russian Embassy. She sings in eight languages.

Since November 2022, she is the author and host of the successful show “Pamela travels in Latin” on Rai Isoradio.

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The show “Pamela travels in Latin” and Rai Isoradio are official partners with the most important Latin American festival in Europe, the “Fiesta.” Author of the project “Homage to Raffaella Carrà,” taken around Italy and aired on various Rai television channels. Singer in various festivals: Festival di Porto Rotondo, official events of the Costa Smeralda, Festival delle Città identitarie with Edoardo Sylos Labini. She appeared with the show “Pamela travels in Latin” at the Fiesta Festival in Rome, conducting interviews with prominent figures in the Latin American culture.

In Italian cinema, in collaboration with composer Paolo Vivaldi, she writes and sings in Portuguese the song “A vida vai rolar,” featured in the film “Brutti e Cattivi” directed by Cosimo Gomes, starring Claudio Santamaria and released in all Italian theaters in 2017, produced by Casanova di Luca Barbareschi and Rai Cinema.

She then writes the lyrics in Italian for the soundtracks of the films “Non essere cattivo” by Claudio Caligari and “La freccia del Sud” by Ricky Tognazzi, turning them into songs.

Along with the Isola del Cinema in Rome, she created and hosted the format “Talenti Italiani,” a showcase of short films that have won important national and international awards, including the winning shorts of the International Silk Tulip Short Film Festival, with awards and live interventions by actors and directors promoting Italian talent worldwide.

On television, she was a guest in the studio on the program “L’Italia con voi” on Rai Italia in 2018, hosted by Monica Marangoni, singing live “Estate” by Bruno Martino in both Italian and Portuguese, with a unique adaptation of the lyrics. She returned to Rai Italia singing in the studio with maestro Stefano Palatresi, paying homage to Raffaella Carrà, in Spanish and Italian.

She wrote the Single Sun Sun Dance, a song in Portuguese, English, and Italian, in collaboration with musician Tony Esposito, which then became the soundtrack of Valtur.

In 2019, she performed in the historic PUFF theater of Lando Fiorini in Trastevere with Antonio Giuliani, a comedian and actor from Rome, as a singer and actress, interpreting the autobiographical monologue “The Drama of the Singer,” which involves a continuous dialogue between Brazilian songs and dramatic and self-ironic acting.

Since August 2020, she has been the author and host, together with Max De Tomassi, of the program “Radio2 Brasil” from the historic location of Via Asiago 10, playing the role of a bridge between the two countries, Italy and Brazil, from a musical and cultural perspective. She was the first in Italy to reintroduce, in Italian and Portuguese, singing and playing live in the studio in each episode, the entire repertoire that has represented the meeting between the two countries over the years.

Fresh from the success of the single “Vivo nel mondo,” a project and song in collaboration with ASVIS (Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development) that has garnered great results with the public and industry professionals.

She performed live in Rome in Piazza del Popolo on the stage set up to support the Azzurri competing in the UEFA Euro 2020 with music and entertainment.

The video for “Vivo nel mondo” won the “Sorriso Diverso Menzione Speciale” award, presented by Maestro Vince Tempera at the International Silk Tulip Short Film Festival, in collaboration with Rai Cinema and Rai for the Social.

“Vivo nel mondo” was then chosen to close the RaiPlay marathon dedicated to Earth Day 2021, and Pamela D’Amico was included among the Artists for the Earth on the One People One Planet website, receiving excellent reviews on Tg2 Storie, Rai news 24 and conducting about 80 interviews in Italy and abroad.

Rai News conducted a beautiful interview about her artistic career. Currently, she is working on an album of Latin covers and original songs in Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish, with the participation of internationally renowned authors and musicians.