A voice, six strings touched or bowed, the vibrating wood of a baroque flute.
Minimalist and powerful, the meeting of Simon Drappier -arpeggione- and Diana Baroni -chant, traverso- feeds on improvised music. Drawing their inspiration from the heart of a New World repertoire, contemporary or ancestral, imaginary echo of folklore inspired by European immigration at the start of the 20th century, they weave a hybrid and unexpected musical vocabulary, a dialogue in search of answers without questions. .
Their sonic material is the tension of the string before throwing the arrow; the perfect expression of a cultural exile nourished by a strong and overwhelming present.
On an imaginary boat PAN ATLANTICO crosses the seas and reveals improbable routes to the New World.