Bio


She grew up in Italy, where she studied energy engineering at Politecnico of Milan and singing, trombone and piano at the “Accademia internazionale della musica di villa Simonetta” of Milan, with Vincenzo Manno, Giovanni di Stefano and Ariella Soffritti.

She attended baroque and belcanto singing masterclasses with Sara Mingardo, Rinaldo Alessandrini e Luciana D’intino, and studied vocal technique with Marina de Liso, Thomas Michael Allen and John Norris.

She has collaborated with the choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker in the contemporary dance performances “Cesena” and “En Atendant”.

She sang and sings with Collegium Vocale Gent, Capella de La Torre, graindelavoix, Concerto Romano, Nederlands Bach Vereniging, Club Medieval, ensemble Lucidarium, Ghislieri Consort, Laverdi Barocca.

She performed as a singer-actress in the circus-theater show “Creature”, by Pantakin da Venezia.

In august  2014 she was “Melissa” in  “Le fate” by Ristori at Ekhof festival, Germany.

In April 2107 she was Pulcheria in Handel’s Riccardo Primo in Ulm, Germany.

In January 2019 she recorded the role of San Bernardo in the sacred work “San Guglielmo d’Aquitania” by Pergolesi.

She works regularly for the music theater companies such as LOD and Silbersee, as a singer and performer. With Silbersee she was the singer and performer of the dance piece “Speak up” by the choreographer Alida Dors, founder of the Backbone dance company.

She performed for the Sankt Poelkten Dance Festival in the dance show “Vlaams”, by the Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.

She works with the polyinstrumentalist Peppe Frana in a duo and ensemble project, playing medieval music.

She works with the Jewish music ensemble Lucidarium (Avery Gosfield), singing medieval and renaissance music.

In November 2021 she was “sista Leopard” in “Anansi” by Neo Muyanga. A reprise will come in 2025 for the Dutch National Opera, Amsterdam.

She is singing the role of Sama in “Woman at point zero” by Bushra El-Turk, premièred in Aix en Provence in July 2022, followed by Concertgebouw Brugge, Luxembourg Theatre and Royal Opera House.

In 2024 and 2025 she sings the role of “The climate refugee” in the opera “The Shell trial” by the Pulitzer’s prize winner composer Ellen Reid.