B i o g r a p h y
In 2002 she graduated in Piano and in 2010 she got the Singing Diploma under the guidance of Maria Chiara Pavone at the Conservatory of Music "A. Casella” in L’Aquila. Recently she graduated in Renaissance and Baroque Singing under the guidance of Furio Zanasi.
She attended master classes in baroque repertoire with Gemma Bertagnolli, Roberta Invernizzi, Sonia Prina, Emma Kirkby, Jill Feldman, Johannette Zomer, Olivier Schneebeli and Agata Bienkowska.
She sang for "Società Aquilana dei Concerti B. Barattelli” (sacred poliphony); at "Baroque Festival in Viterbo" (Italy) (“Strali d’Amore” and madrigals by Boschetto Boschetti); at "Liuteria in Festival" in Cremona (Italy), at Portuguese Cultural Institute and at Festival "L'Architasto" in Rome with European and South American baroque music; at "Palazzo della Cancelleria" in Rome in H. Purcell's Fairy Queen; at "Malta Arts Festival" with music by I. Stravinsky; at Festival "Opera Barga" (Barga, Lu); at "Milano Classica" and Festival "Settimane Barocche di Brescia" performing Drusilla in “La vedova ingegnosa” Intermezzo by G. Sellitti and at Puccini Theatre in Merano and at Cristallo Theatre in Bolzan performing in “La finta tedesca” by A. Hasse, conducted by Claudio Astronio; at International Festival of Sacred Music in Quito (Ecuador); at Festival “Monteverdi” in Cremona with Ghislieri Choir&Consort conducted by Giulio Prandi (concert and recording for DHM).
Specializing in Italian repertoire of the seventeenth century, as part of a project about Alessandro Stradella undertaken by M° Andrea De Carlo with his Ensemble Mare Nostrum and Stradella Y-Project Ensemble, she was asked to sing:
Serenata “La forza delle stelle” at Chapelle Royale of Palace of Versailles, at First International Festival “Alessandro Stradella” (Italy) and at Festival de Sablé (France);
Oratorio “San Giovanni Crisostomo”, world premiere in modern times, in the role of Eudosia, at Chapelle Royale of Versailles Palace and at Festival “Grandezze&Meraviglie” in Modena (Italy);
Cantata “Per tua vaga beltade” at Festival Concerts d'été a Saint-Germain in Geneva as Lilla (concert recorded by Radio Switzerland);
Oratorio “Santa Pelagia” playing Santa Pelagia, at Second International Festival “Alessandro Stradella” and at Festival “Grandezze&Meraviglie” in Modena (Italy);
Opera “La Doriclea”, playing Lucinda, performed at Pavarotti Theatre in Modena at Festival “Grandezze&Meraviglie”, in L’Aquila for “Società dei Concerti Barattelli” and at Teatro di Villa Torlonia in Rome.
Oratorio “Santa Editta, vergine e monaca d’Inghilterra”, playing Humiltà, at Third International Festival “Alessandro Stradella” (concert and recording for Outhere Music);
Oratorio "Ester, regina del popoli ebreo", playing Ester, at Festival "A. Stradella", at Festival "Grandezze&Meraviglie", at Festival "Pergolesi Spontini" in Jesi (AN), for "Società Aquilana dei Concerti Barattelli" and for "Fondazione Pietà de’ Turchini" in Naples.
During the I and the III International Festival “Alessandro Stradella” in Nepi (VT), she recorded serenade “La forza delle stelle”, in the role of the female protagonist Clori and “Santa Editta”. Both the albums, of the new series RomaInaedita Arcana label, was awarded with 5 Diapason by the French magazine Diapason. The album "Santa Editta" is among the nominees in BAROQUE VOCAL category for the INTERNATIONAL CLASSICAL MUSIC AWARDS ICMA 2017.
She also sang, as a soloist, Requiem by W.A. Mozart, Stabat Mater by G.B. Pergolesi, Gloria by A. Vivaldi, Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, First Witch in Dido & Aeneas by H. Purcell, Ange in Pastorale sur la naissance de notre Seigneur Jésus Christ by M.A. Charpentier.
In 2013, she sang both as a soloist and as a member of a vocal octet in at the main Lutheran communities in Italy (Rome, Milan, Naples, Sanremo) with a repertoire dedicated to the Lutheran composers (Bach, Schütz, Pachelbel, Buxtehude and others).
In parallel to her musical studies, she graduated cum laude in Electrical Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering of L’Aquila and in 2011 received her PhD in Electrical and Information Engineering.