"Three things are necessary for a good pianist: the head, the heart, the fingers"

(Wolfang Amadeus Mozart)

Musician, explorer of sonorous worlds, great connoisseur of different cultures, traveler, rich of personal and professional experiences, especially outside Europe: inspired by the desire to know people, souls, cultures, other worlds , other languages ...

She studied in Milan and obtained her piano diploma at the Conservatory, then in Paris, at the European Conservatory with Fidler and finally with the great Maestro G. Cziffra. After the French experience, she also obtained her diploma of harpsichord at the Milan Conservatory, after four years of study with Maestro Ottavio Dantone at the Conservatory of Lugano, then with Laura Alvini (International Academy of Music), with Maestro Gilbert (Masterclasses ), at the Conservatory of Music of Milan).

Passionate about chamber music, after a Viennese break, she deepened her studies by studying and collaborating with Masters Sirbu, Chiarappa, Sigrist and Brainin (Amadeus quartet) without forgetting vocal chamber music, developed with Daniela Uccello for the repertoire. Italian and with Fidler for the French and German repertoire.

Specializing in the repertoire of Central and South American cultures, and in the Italian 20 century, she played not only as pianist, but also as a harpsichordist, in duet with voice and violin, with several performers, including the violinist Brazilian Tania Camargo Guarnieri.

She was the first pianist in Italy to propose the repertoire of Charles Edward Ives. She has been widely acclaimed by critics and the public and has always played brazilian music with Brazilian soprano Marcia Guimaraes.

She made first absolute performances with Masters Ennio Morricone, Pasquotti, Greenbaum and Bonetti Amendola in Italy and abroad, and first European representations of South American authors: Mignone, Camargo Guarnieri, Santoro, Guastavino, Nazareth, Nobre.

She has recorded for RAI Trade (Galileo's Dream), Pan-Pot Records (Nazareth: Brazilian Soul), New Sounds (Vidi Aquam) and Da Vinci Publishing.

She collaborated in Italy with Radio Vaticana, Radio Rai 3 ("La stanza della Musica" and "Radio tre Suite"), with Canale 5 and with RETE4.

In Brazil for TV Culture and Radio Camara, in Croatia for HTR..

She has won awards in international competitions playing with the Contrarco Trio.

She is the creative and artistic director of musical projects, including:

"Allegro with Saudade"© a contemporary reinterpretation, in the form of a musical and theatrical performance, of the repertoire (sometimes unknown and sometimes intentionally forgotten) of the composition of women; They are pieces for piano solo and piano and voice in collaboration with Soprano Ombretta Macchi. The project is sponsored by seven universities including Venice and Grenoble.

"Alma and the others ..."©: une réinterprétation contemporaine, sous la forme d'un spectacle musical et théâtral, du répertoire (parfois inconnu et parfois oublié intentionnellement) de la composition de femmes; Ce sont des pièces pour piano solo et piano et voix en collaboration avec Soprano Ombretta Macchi. Le projet est parrainé par sept universités dont celle de Venise et celle de Grenoble.

"Musicaust"©: concert of authors who lived during the Holocaust: some deportees, others "only" discriminated and hidden. Not only the difficulty of being a woman in the sexist world, but the "lack of being Jewish". It is not a tribute to the victims but a collective awareness of the fact that the man was capable of it, an awareness of what has happened and which must not be repeated.

"Chorus Africa": aims to give Italian-African children the opportunity to get closer to the African musical culture through the teaching of singing, percussion and dance under his direction and that of great African masters and artists as positive examples in which to reflect.

She also teaches at the university level: she is professor of academic piano and chamber music at the Foundation of Milan, reference institution, department of classical music, AFAM section of the Ministry of Education, the University and Research.

She has taken courses in Italian Chamber Music and Vocal Chamber Music at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, the Federal University of Rio Grande de Norte and the Federal University of Salvador de Bahia, as well as some master classes at Unesp de S. Paulo in Brazil and at the Villa Lobos Academy in Rio de Janeiro; recently, a master class on Brazilian vocal music in Milan and was invited to the first congress on the Portuguese language in scholarly music. Her biography is present in the Deumm encyclopedia (Vol. update n. 5 page 141).