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Alessandra Rossi
Artist

Alessandra Rossi

Carreer

Following her musical studies, Alessandra Rossi distinguished herself in various national and international competitions, while studying palaeography and musicology at the University of Cremona. Her career as a soloist developed rapidly, taking in the major stages of Europe, particularly La Scala, La Fenice, the Arenas of Verona, the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, the Opera of Rome, the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, the Rossini Pesaro Festival, the Radio France Festival, the Lugano Baroque Festival, the Semperoper in Dresden or the Wiesbaden Opera. Her vast repertoire stretches from baroque to romanticism, with a specific focus on the repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries, especially in the works of Pergolesi, Jommelli, Tritto and Mozart, but also Rossini and the bel canto repertoire. She also devotes time to teaching singing at the music academies in Padua, Cesen, Parma and Sienna, as well as at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino academy and the Haute École de Musique higher college of music in Lausanne (HEMU) where she teaches specialisation in bel canto.