By Daniela Giampapa-Bendayán
The record Bim Bom Bam! was the bridge to receive the Latin Grammy Awards nomination for Best Latin Music Album for Children. They stood out among the public for their colorful and fun wigs. For them, having gone to Las Vegas “represents an honor and a responsibility to their family. It motivates us to continue with new productions, to always have current music backed with lyrics made with purpose so that children, in addition to enjoying them, playing, and laughing, also get to learn.” Although the group The Lucky Band obtained the statuette, the fact of having lived such a wonderful experience and having shared the stage next to the great lights of the entertainment world, made them the big winners of the night.
Their artistic career expands 35 years, since 1984 when they started, always guided by the hand of their founder Gianna Lodi and under the executive production of Liz Fillol.
Children of the 80s and 90s who sang along and danced to Alibombo, Ki Ki Kí Co Co Có, Sana sana colita de rana, Ilarié, Regálame tu foto, Hola Don Pepito, and En un bosque de la China, are the ones who now take their children to Payasitas Nifu Nifa shows so that their little ones learn through fun while them as adults can relive wonderful moments of their childhood.
They are two different generations, “in fact, times have changed, technology helps everyone to advance rapidly, especially children because it allows us to make an immediate connection, thanks to social networks we keep in contact every moment, this is how we feel much closer.”
The Payasitas Nifu Nifa say that in the 80s and 90s they depended 100% on TV, radio or print media interviews but today everything has changed. Their audience, children, are more demanding, since they are very authentic and do not filter, they say everything as they feel it, a situation that makes them insurmountably, adorable and irreplaceable.
Las Payasitas have decided to celebrate their 35 years of artistic career with no less than a full year of visiting different countries to get closer to as many children and families. They will go anywhere they are call and work hand in hand with foundations that protect the child and the family.
During all these years there have been hundreds of young women who have gone through Payasitas Nifu Nifa‘s training, they are girls who love to work with children and spend their free time having fun and educating, devoted to the most important thing that we have as human beings: our childhood.
There are 8 clowns, each with a different color. Gianna Lodi, founder, while training her girls and getting to know them one by one, she assigns the color according to her personality by her own intuition.
Events in December:
Friday 6: Park & Tree Lighting in Downtown Doral @ 6:00 p.m.
Friday 13: Holiday Lights & Ice at Doral Central Park @ 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 14: Fundación La ventana de los cielos, with the Montaner family.
Saturday 14: Christmas Fest Doral 2019 at Doral Commons Shopping Center @ 12:00 p.m.
Do you already follow them?
Facebook: Nifu Official Nifa
Twitter: Las Payasitas
Youtube: Clowns Nifu Nifa Official
Do you want to hire them?
Contact them at (786) 339 63.36 or by firstname.lastname@example.org
By Daniela Giampapa-Bendayán