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Sofia Tapinassi, Pianist and author of the Project

I was born in Florence on February 8 1994.
Looking at myself I would say that I am a person strongly motivated by curiosity and also a bit of a  loner. I like evenings spent watching documentaries over a cup of tea. 

I am greatly fascinated by history, above all by the period of the Shoah, World War II and the Cold  War. I am constantly in search of art forms and true stories that can stir my feelings. In particular, I prefer the art and music of the 20th century because the concept of beauty ceases to be important and there emerges a search for what takes place in the human psyche. Together with this, or as a consequence, one finds certain traits of coarseness and sometimes cutting expressiveness, all of which attract me a lot. 

I studied at the Conservatory in Florence, graduating in piano performance with First Class Honors under the guidance of Susanna Bigongiari. Following this, I was selected for the Kantoratelier two year course in Florence entitled “Dædalus – Artisti da Giovane” (“Dædalus – the artist as a young man”), an interdisciplinary course for classical musicians held by Alexander Lonquich and Cristina Barbuti . 

As a concert pianist, I have held concerts in Italy, Sweden, Slovenia and Finland . Over the past two years, I have dedicated myself to research into the Theresienstadt concentration camp , irresistibly drawn by the profound and touching role that music played in the inmates’ lives .

Sofia Tapinassi, Pianist & author of the Project

Produced and Directed by
Sofia Tapinassi & James Joel Dann

A New Take Films Production in collaboration with Sofia Tapinassi
Will Simpson & Michael Lopes Dias | Editors
The Blue Card Foundation, New Take Films, John Williams & Cameron Orme | Executive producers
Douglas MacRae Brown & Mark Hancock | Associate producers

We are extremely grateful to our supporters and friends who believed in the project and made possible to successfully reach the goal on Kickstarter.

Do you need more information? Write me here.