The Canadian-American duo of flutist Zara Lawler and marimbist Paul J. Fadoul, hailed as “a great treat” (Classical WETA, Washington DC), offers audiences an unexpected mélange of classical virtuosity, lively commentary, theatrical flair, and a dose of indie rock sensibility. The duo’s repertoire ranges from delightful arrangements of classics to newly written pieces for their unusual instrumentation. In 2016, Lawler + Fadoul incubated and premiered their theatrical concert, Clickable: The Art of Persuasion, at the cell theatre in New York City. Clickable has been performed across the United States, and has been released in album form on Ravello Records. We recently caught up with Paul and Zara to discuss the creation and release of CLICKABLE and the relevance it has in today’s world.
Thank you Paul and Zara for taking the time to speak with PARMA!
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An intricate blending of flute and percussion instruments, delivered either as complete songs or as a means of providing musical context for the album’s dramatic and provocative spoken word pieces.