Mara Corazza


Mara Corazza is a light and baroque lyric soprano. After graduating in piano at the "G.Tartini" Conservatory of Trieste under the guidance of Massimo Gon in 2000, she dedicated herself to chamber music and recorded as a duo for Rivo Tall. In 2008, following a long choral experience, she began the study of lyric singing and Sacred Music. In 2012 she made her debut as solo soprano of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Choir with which she sang until 2016, chosen by M° Cristiano Dell'Oste in particular for the numerous Cantatas by J.S. Bach. She has performed as a soloist in important festivals including Ambronay in France, the Ravenna Festival, the Mittelfest in Cividale and the Schippers Festival with orchestras such as Mitteleuropa, La Chimera by E.Eguez, the San Marco di Pordenone on ancient instruments, Arrigoni, B. Marcello, Concentus and the Arparla baroque orchestra with which he ranged from the Baroque to the contemporary repertoire and performed several pages of Mozart's sacred repertoire. She was directed by important conductors such as T. Koopman and F.M. Bressan and has held various opera roles: Anima in Anima e Corpo by De Cavalieri, Second woman in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, Papagena in Mozart's Zauberflote, Clorinda in La Cenerentola by Rossini and Serpina in La Serva Padrona by Pergolesi. Since 2014 she performs as Artist of the RSI Choir, (Swiss Radio and Television of Italian language) of Lugano directed by Diego Fasolis and of the Ghislieri Choir & Consort of Pavia in important productions abroad (Switzerland, France, Austria, Germany) directed by Giulio Prandi, with whom he recorded music by Handel for the well-known magazine Amadeus. She has collaborated with many musical realities of the Region including the Virile Natissa Choir, the Artemia Children's Choir, with the Pezzè quartet, the T. Schippers orchestra and recently formed the Trio In Cordis, a group dedicated to the discovery and diffusion of the Friulian repertoire and the ancient repertoire with special transcriptions for the organic with colleagues Mauro Pestel on guitar and Annamaria Viciguerra on harpsichord. Since 1999 she has been teaching piano regularly in several private and municipal music schools where she also teaches theatrical workshops in the musical field. She studied Commedia dell'Arte with director Dario Ponissi, scenic art with Silvana Talarico, opera singing with Gloria Paulizza and Annamaria Dell'Oste, she perfected her repertoire of ancient music and Recitar Cantando with Lavinia Bertotti and Sara Mingardo and foundations of practice harpsichord with Paola Erdas.

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