Roberta Canzian

After winning the prestigious competition “A. Belli ” of Spoleto Roberta Canzian sang at Teatro La Fenice in Venice, at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, at the Macerata Opera Festival, at the Bellini Theater in Catania, at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, at the Donizetti Theater in Bergamo, The Zurich Opera House, the Bunka-Kaikan of Tokyo, the Theaters of Nantes and Angers, the Bad Wilbad Theater in Germany at the Rossini Festival. Acclaimed as Liù of Puccini’s Turandot for the official reopening of Teatro Petruzzelli and recently at the Carlo Felice ...

Armando Badia

Armando Badia

After graduating from High School, baritone Armando Badia devoted himself to music. Initially, he attended ordinary singing classes at the Conservatoire “Jacopo Tomadini” of Udine and subsequently enrolled in a two-year specializing course at the Conservatoire “Giuseppe Tartini” of Trieste where he was awarded a degree magnum cum laude. Pivotal for his technical and artistic growth was the meeting with m° Beniamino Prior and m° Rita Susovsky.

He also attended m° Antonio Piani’s choral music and choral conducting classes at the Conservatoire “Jacopo Tomadini” and graduated with full marks there as well. Eventually, he studied orchestral conducting with ...

Riccardo Botta

Riccardo Botta, tenor from Trieste, debuted as a soloist in 1995, performing since then in many of the most important opera theaters in the world: Teatro alla Scala in Milan, La Fenice of Venice, Arena of Verona, Opera of Rome and the Accademia of Santa Cecilia, the Zurich’s Opernhaus, the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, the Deutches Oper of Berlin, Semperoper Dresden, Leipzig, Glyndebourn, ROF in Pesaro, Nederlandse Oper and Konzertgebouw in Amsterdam, COC Toronto, La Monnaie in Brussels, New Israely Opera in Tel-Aviv, Tokyo’s Bunka Kaikan and more, with a repertoire that includes over 80 opera roles. Since 2008 ...

Roberta Invernizzi

The Italian Soprano Roberta Invernizzi is today one of the most sought after soloists in the field of baroque and classical repertoire and internationally recognized as a benchmark of style and baroque singing.

Born in Milan, she studied piano and double bass before turning to singing, studying with Margaret Heyward.

She has sung in many of the most important theatres in Europe and the United States, working with conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Giovanni Antonini, Fabio Biondi,  Ivor Bolton, Franz Brüggen, Alan Curtis, Ottavio Dantone, Gustavo Dudamel, Antonio Florio,  Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Ton Koopman, Gustav Leonhardt and Jordi Savall and ...

Ensemble Respighi


The Respighi Ensemble, founded by Federico Ferri in 1995, gathers together a group of prestigious musicians, winners of national and international competitions.  It performs a vast repertoire, giving particular attention to Italian music, taking care to adopt appropriate performance techniques and original instruments according to the historical period in which the piece was written.

The Respighi Ensemble collaborates with soloists such as Bruno Canino, Franco Maggio Ormezowsky, Domenico Nordio, Danilo Rossi, Emanuele Segre and actors such as Arnoldo Foà, Nando Gazzolo, Ugo Pagliai and Paola Gassman.

The group performs regularly in Italy and other countries in prestigious concert halls ...

Danilo Rossi

Danilo Rossi graduated with all distinctions with Fabrizio Merlini and then completed his studies with Piero Farulli, Dino Asciolla, Yuri Bashmet and Paolo Borciani for chamber music.

He won the Stresa and Vittorio Veneto Competitions, was awarded the  Accademia Chigiana Prize, the second Prize and the Jury Special Prize at the Third International Viola Competition in Moscow. At the age of just 20, in 1986 Danilo Rossi was appointed by Riccardo Muti to the position of first violist of the Teatro alla Scala Orchestra, so becoming the youngest first viola in the story of the Milan Theater.

Since then he ...

Domenico Nordio

Domenico Nordio is one of acclaimed musicians of our time. He has performed in the world’s prestigious halls (Carnegie Hall in New York, Salle Pleyel in Paris, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Barbican Center in London and Suntory Hall in Tokyo), with leading orchestras, including London Symphony, National de France, Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Orchestra Nazionale della RAI, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Istanbul Borusan Philharmonic Orchestra, Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, SWR Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Moscow State Symphony and with conductors such as Flor, Steinberg, Casadesus, Luisi, Lazarev, Aykal.

Recent seasons included concerts at St.Petersburg Philharmonic Great Hall, Bucarest Enescu ...

Chloe Mun


The overall winner of the Geneva Competition (unanimously awarded First Prize) and the Busoni Competition (first Asian pianist to win First Prize since it began in 1949).

Thanks to her absolutely genuine and natural approach to the instrument, the young South Korean pianist, who was born in 1995, has earned the appreciation of the public and prestigious international juries alike in recent years.

Chloe Mun began studying piano at the age of five. Raised under disadvantaged conditions, ...

Matteo Bellotto

Matteo Bellotto, studied singing, clarinet and music education at the Conservatory of Parma, Modena and Bologna. Specializing in baroque repertoire, collaborates with the ensemble Concerto Italiano, I Barocchisti, Cappella Mediterranea.


He sang at Lufthansa festivals in London, Auditorium National of Madrid, in Regensburg and Melk.

He sang at the Herne Festival, the Cité de la Musique in Paris and recorded Lutheran Mass by J. S. Bach under the direction of G. Leonhardt at Teatro La Scala in Milan, at the Opera of Oslo, in Seattle, in Stuttgart, Festival of Innsbruck ...

Luca Dordolo

Luca Dordolo, studied piano at the Conservatorio Tartini in Trieste and graduated in singing with full marks and honors from the Conservatorio of Venice.


In 1994 he won the competition As.Li.Co. in Milan. He has attended master classes with Leyla Gencer, Renata Scotto, with the Belgian maestro Serge Wilfart in France. He has collaborated with renowned conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Zubin Meta, René Jacobs, Claudio Scimone, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Corrado Rovaris, Diego Fasolis and Ottavio Dantone. He has performed ...