The Irmãos Lora duo is formed by percussionist Alexandre Lora and guitarist Douglas Lora. Since 2017, the brothers experimented with the fusion of handpan and guitar, and the Irmãos Lora put together their own repertoire, which includes all their influences of Brazilian music. Afoxé, Samba and Forró, among other rhythms, gain a unique form with the union of the handpan and the 7-string guitar.
The brothers have a solo career recognized nationally and internationally, and are part of two groups. The group Caraivana, which has released 4 albums and some singles, represented the Brazilian culture with the delegation that traveled to Copenhagen for the 2016 Olympics. The Brazilian Trio, which includes Dudu Maia on mandolin, has released four albums, the last of which was nominated for a Grammy 2017 along with Anat Cohen, and has been highlighted in the media, including participation in the global program SIZE FAMILY.