Por Fin Parió Paula (2011)
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In the urban music scene of Lima, Peru's capital city, only five percent of musicians are women. Traditionally Peruvian families do not encourage their daughters to seriously pursue music because they consider it to be unfeminine and unstable. Amidst this male-dominated musical environment, a group of professional women have come together to create an all-women percussion ensemble called Pario Paula. Por Fin Pario Paula reveals how these women are discovering power and creativity through percussion. As they overcome their insecurities about playing music they develop a strong community of women unlike anything they have experienced before.
In the male dominated music scene of Lima, Peru, a group of young women form a percussion ensemble called Pario Paula, where they develop a strong community of women unlike anything they have experienced before.
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