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Take part in an artistic adventure accessible to everyone, immersing yourself in a piece of painting art using other senses besides the gaze. Painting, sounds and a sensory platform come together for a unique experience. This installation featured a view by Kaspar Van Wittel on Adda River (Milan, Italy)  and the soundscape of the painting has been recreated by musician and music therapist Tia Airoldi after a diligent study of historical audio testimonies, in order to bring the painting back to life. Created with Ginevra Bocconcelli and Valeria Lacorte (project managers) and Cesare Benedetti (Italian Sign Language interpreter. Supported bt Life Is Live by Smart Italia - Fondazione Cariplo.



In this accessible workshop we explore the music of an orchestra and a choir through our sensory platforms in search of the internal connections between body, time and space and the meanings of the universal language of music. How does a Rossini crescendo make us feel? And how playful can a violin pizzicato be? How much melancholy in a trumpet solo? And again, why does the Star Wars theme really make us imagine floating in space and how can a relaxing massage of a cello playing Bach make us feel? A truly unique moment for those who wanted to approach music and sound in a new way. 


giselle accessibile

Art Accessibility. Music and body of Giselle (classical ballet, 1841) in the vision of the great choreographer Mats Ek have become accessible to the blind, deaf and non-disabled public thanks to the work with Associazione Fedora and to the vibrations of the sensory platforms. Talking about music in silence is always a great emotion and a potential to continue to explore. A real honor to know and lead the meeting with Pompea Santoro, dancer and assistant of Mats Ek for 25 years, 100 times in the role of Giselle. Vignale In Danza Festival.


la stanza elementare

Stanza Elementare is a multisensory artistic installation inspired by the four elements: earth, fire, air and water. The purpose of the performance is to reconnect the person to the heritage of shared sound memories that already belong to him and that inhabit the world around him. This is also achieved through the olfactory experience, with a series of dedicated fragrances. You enter one at a time, approaching the various experiences in succession. In the center, a sensory platform allows sound interaction even for the deaf through vibrations. The installation is part of the No Limits project, at the Pergine Festival and is fully accessible to people with sensory disabilities.



Soundwalkers it's a genuine listening project together with Francesca Stella Riva, aiming to explore the soundscapes outside and inside of us. We organize workshops and soundwalks for the community.



𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗴𝗲𝘁𝘁𝗼 𝗭𝗼𝗲 is a path of playful activities aimed at bringing deaf children, aged 7 to 11, closer to reading and writing, promoting their participation in social and cultural life. The stories will be told by a hearing actor and a signing deaf actor and facilitated by the sound compositions of a musician. The LIS interpreter will be present for the entire duration of the event.



Esercizi di Musibiotica it's an issue published on - Centro Studi Maurizio Di Benedetto (CSMDB) (ita) dealing with the musical energies that make us alive, throughout analysys and informal composition.



This workshop, led by musician and music therapist Tia Airoldi, wanted to explore the soundscape around and inside of us at the time of the pandemic.

By developing listening attitudes and working on the sampling and composition of the sounds that surround us every day, the group has developed a very personal inner creative path, discovering new spaces that, perhaps, we did not even know we had before.



This sound - art installation represents a journey into the most ancient sound memories into the maternal womb to reconnect the individual to his own reality.

Sound has been made accessible to the deaf thanks to sensory platforms. The exhibition, organized by Associazione Culturale Fedora was presented in Milan, in the public library of Via Valvassori-Peroni in December 2019. 



The Ink Atmosphere is an audio-visual performance where the original folk-bluesy vein of singer-songwriter Tia Airoldi (Lou Moon, The Please) blends with the mastery of the illustration lines and calligraphy of the Bonora Brothers (Stefano and Mattia). It is a concert in which words, songs and visual arts combine to create an atmosphere: Inchiostro atmosphere.
The show aims to be a free double interpretation, which continues to bounce from the musical to the visual level and where Tia Airoldi's lyrics will give life to a planned but always new live painting for each performance. Mattia Bonora's calligraphy will imprint textual extracts with tempera, paints and inks while Stefano Bonora's creative verve will generate figures of great visual impact.
The musical atmospheres will vary from warm and dusty new blues songs to sweet folk ballads, without neglecting some psychedelic and experimental moments.
Following the concept dear to all the members of The Ink Atmosphere of "less is more", the show will deliberately have a constitution based on essentiality: a physical place centrally occupied by the musician and framed by panels on which the artistic performance of the Brothers will be manifested.



I am a trained music therapist and I deal with personalized courses regarding the integration and harmonization of people who have a series of specific needs. After a four-year course of study, I specialized under the guidance of Dr. Alfredo Raglio at ICSS Maugeri in Pavia.

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