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She begins her career as a soprano in the V. de Grandis Ensemble, performing renaissance a cappella polyphonic music (Palestrina, Da Victoria, Di Lasso, Desprez, and Marenzio). She has been collaborating with the lutenist Maurizio Piantanelli since 2005, giving numerous Renaissance music and early Baroque recitals (frottole, villanlle, solo voice madrigals and laments). In 2002 she is awarded ‘A. Corelli’ Prize, along with her Recitarcantando Ensemble for the performance of Vivaldi cantatas and Haendel arias. 2005 marks her debut as Elvira in Bressan’s Don Giovanni.

In 2006 she is chosen by Fabio Biondi to interpret La Didone by Cavalli for the Unione Musicale di Torino (as one of the principal roles: Cassandra). In 2009 she performs with Riccardo Muti at the Palais Garnier in Paris and at the Ravenna Festival in the opera Demofoonte by N. Jommelli (Adrasto). During the same year she interprets the roles of Amore and Valletto in the Coronation of Poppea by C. Monteverdi at the La Cité de la Musique and at the Regensburg Festival; she will successively take part in recording it for Glossa. Her repertoire will grow in the following years, up to Mozart and Rossini (Ascanio in Alba insieme Stavenger, and Cenerentola in Cosenza). Along with Europa Galante and Orchestra Barocca di Bologna she will perform a number of sacred oratorios by Pergolesi, Galuppi, and Perti in the Pergolesi Festivals – Spontini, Cuenca, Cracovia, Galuppi and Regensburg. She will go on to record some live radio broadcasts along with Recitarcantando for RAI Radio 3 live (I concerti del Quirinale and Piazza Verdi in which she will perform and illustrate 17th Century historic vocal repertoire (Strozzi, Stradella, Carissimi, D. Mazzocchi). In 2011 she will give the first on stage performance of Antigono by Mazzoni in Lisboa (CCB), together with its live recording for Dynamic (playing one of the principal roles: Demetrio). From that moment onwards she will systematically take on the castrato virtuoso repertoire (with particular reference to the singers Farinelli, Caffarelli and Crescentini) and the Italian cantata genre from the turn of the 17th Century; she will follow up on the respective vocal techniques and literature of that era. She will research and transcribe some unpublished cantatas by Stradella, Caldara, Hasse, Crescentini, L. Rossi and Pasquini; the outcome will be two recordings both as conductor and singer: A. Caldara – A. Lingua – Cantate (Clavis) and Le cantate del Papa (Classic Antiqua Recordings). Her solo recitals will be dedicated to this repertoire in various formations, such as: duo with theorbo, with fortepiano and with orchestra. Among her duo and chamber orchestra collaborations are: M.Piantanelli, L. Scandali, A. Ciccolini, F. Baroni and M. Mencoboni, Freitagsakademie, Pera Ensemble, Divino Sospiro, Oficina Musicum Venetiae, I Musici di San Giuliano and Accademia del Santo Spirito. Vocal Ensemble activity: she has toured The Netherlands and Canada with Cappella Artemisia (solo and sacred polyphonic music with basso continuo); with the Cantar Lontano Ensemble she performs mainly polyphonic renaissance music, (Vespro and Madrigals of the VIII Book of Monteverdi, Scarlatti’s 10-voice Stabat, sacred music from Rebelo and Peranda); under the baton of Sergio Balestracci, she sings madrigals by Da Venosa (VI libro) and J. De Wert (Jerusalem Delivered); She has recently approached the medieval repertoire in duo with B. Zanichelli (music bu H. von Bingen and H. de la Halle).

Over the past two years she has recorded cantatas by P.Porfiri (Bologna, 1692) with the countertenor A. Carmigiani for Tactus recordings; she has sung O Salutaris Ostia by Rossini on the Rai 2 television show Dreams road. She continues to give solo concerts as a soprano for major theatres and International Early Music Festivals along with Cantar Lontano, Orchestra Freitagsakademie and Cappella Artemisia. 

Recently she recorded a CD with the Pera Ensemble, held solo recitals in Arabia, Germany and Switzerland, 19th Century Lieder concerts for voice, horn and piano in Italy and Germany. As a pianist, she inaugurated Rossini’s fortepiano as a solo pianist in Como, arranged and performed in G. Balducci’s small opera Scherzo in Jesi with a live recording. She has sung and accompanied herself on the fortepiano with the Lieder repertoire in Pesaro; she has also held solo recitals of 17th Century repertoire in Urbino, Rome, Ferrara, Fabriano, Mantova as a singer and basso continuo player on spinet.

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