The Italian duo named Distinguished Professors in the Arts perform for the last time in town during this performance, as part of MUsic Alive!, a partnership between First Presbyterian Church and Marshall’s College of Arts and Media.
Paolo Dalmoro received his Artists Diploma with highest honors from the Turin Conservatory. In 1987 he won the Lessona prize, awarded for most accomplished wind instrument graduate. He has performed in many cities in Italy and abroad including Sofia, Wolfsburg, Addis Ababa, Nairobi, Cologne and Dusseldorf.
Dalmoro has taught flute at the Conservatories in Turin and Benevento and currently at Saluzzo. In 1996 he became artistic director of the Opera Munifica of Turin where he also organizes musical events for young musicians.
Born in 1962 in Cuneo, Giorgio Signorile studyed guitar at the local conservatory and graduated with honors in 1986. He subsequently worked with Betho Davezac and Leo Brouwer and started appearing as a soloist and in chamber music groups. During this period he was particularly dedicated to contemporary music performing with L’Assieme Chitarristico Italiano and recording two CDs on the Dynamic e l’Olandese Etcetera label.
Several well-known artists and ensembles, including Giulio Tampalini, Lucio Matarazzo and Giorgio Mirto, have performed his work in recent times. Since 2013 he has served as an official endorser for Aquila Strings Harmonicas.