Sections “Young Pianists”, “Emerging Pianists” and Duo
She graduated in piano with full honors under the guidance of P. Spagnolo, she then further developed her studies with R. Caporali. She has attended various masterclasses held by the international level masters in Italy and at the Conservatory of Geneva and at the Cours International de Bruxelles. Subsequently, she took the diploma in Choral Music and Choir Conducting. She has been directing the Minipolifonica (children’s choir) and the Polifonica Casertana for several years ranging in a repertoire of sacred music, classical music and opera. She has been on several international tours as a solo pianist and as a duo for the Ministry of Culture in projects for the diffusion of Contemporary Music. In Italy, she has performed for important musical associations as a piano soloist, in duo, trio and as director of choirs. She has been a consultant and musical performer in various theater productions receiving flattering acclaim and several awards, among them she was awarded the “Paul Harris Fellow” prize by The International Rotary Foundation in 2010. In recent years, she has dedicated herself primarily to chamber music, performing in duo and trio with voice, flute, violin. She has also performed in duo for four hands with her professor M. Crudeli in reknowned Italian music halls and abroad for the E.P.T.A. (European Piano Teachers Association), participating in 2014 in the International Conference in Oslo. Engaged for several years in promoting talented young performers of classical music and concert activity, She also works as an art director for various events and concert seasons with important associations in Caserta. She is founder and artistic director of the “L. Mugnone-Città di Caserta Belvedere of San Leucio” International Music Competition. Winner of the national music teaching public exam, she now holds the position of professor at the Salerno “G. Martucci” Conservatory of Music.