Roses of the Day
WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL
"Attending one of Debora Petrina's shows means to dive into a 360 degrees artistic experience. To get into Petrina's planet is an aesthetic trip made of music, improvisation, dance. An inexhaustible spring of creativity which seems to flow like a tumultuous river in the veins of this young but already well-known artist, venitian by birth, but international by vocation."
"Another quirky type is Petrina, an artist with a great international experience on her shoulders, despite her voice sounding fresh and Spring-like. She has now come out with a new record: "Roses of the Day" published by Tuk Music, Paolo Fresu's label, a guarantee in itself."
"Petrina framed her work (the whole album is for piano and voice) glueining it together with an experimental and visionary approach. This, joined with her sensual and mischievious voice, makes up for a fascinating mix, spiced up by unquestionable compositional abilities, revealed by the one original track, composed with John Cage."
"Petrina is the prototype of a contemporary musician; better still, of the performer as an idea of whole human being balanced between Renaissance and Fluxus, which perfectly fits with this young mercurial muse of emerald eyes, flame-red hair and suavely agitated voice."