That Paolo Bon was an excellent composer and elaborator of archaic melodies from the most varied areas of our world is well known, but not everyone in the choral world knows his great work of research. His work goes well beyond classical ethnomusicology; an anthropological, phylogenetic research that he was able to divulge in an indirect way by extrapolating from the melodies taken into consideration for his works, both the original character and the subliminal messages of history. In this video I present the man, the composer and the researcher. Anyone who would like to deepen their knowledge of his work can contact ANDCI.
Born in Belluno in 1976, after his academic diplomas he dedicated himself to the organ composition and choral conducting. Since 1998 he has been the director of the Zumellese Choir of Mel. He has won numerous prizes both as choir conductor and as composer at national and international competitions. His music is published in Italy and the United States and performed in many countries around the world. He teaches at the “Girolamo Frescobaldi” Conservatory of Ferrara. Founding member of ANDCI he is often called to lead masterclasses and lectures on topics related to the choral world. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org