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Tiziana Scandaletti

TIZIANA SCANDALETTI, soprano, defined by The Washington Post “a big voice who projected both humour and teatricality vividly”, is professor of Vocal Chamber Music at the Nicolini Conservatory in Piacenza. She got a diploma with top marks in Canto from the Vicenza Conservatory and a graduated with top marks and honours in History of Music from the University in Padua. She attended numerous perfection courses (with Albarosa, Clemencich, Curtis, Puecher, von Ramm and Susanna Ghione) and has been a winner at international competitions.

For a number of years she has been devoting her attention to contemporary music, recording with alluring reviews for broadcasts and telecasts in RAI, RSI, Azerbaijan National Radio Televisions, China National Televisions, Kazak National Radio Televisions, Uzbek National Radio, Vatican Radio, and for CD labels such as Ariston-Ricordi, Curci, Edipan and Nuova Era (seven CDs, included monographies on Giorgio Federico Ghedini, Alfredo Casella and Franco Alfano), Stradivarius (eight CDs, included the series La voce contemporanea in Italia - CDs 1-6, wide research project with musicological intervents by Quirino Principe, Paolo Petazzi, Guido Barbieri, Carmelo Di Gennaro, Stefano Leoni, Andrea Bedetti and La voce crepuscolare - Notturni e Serenate del '900). Fiftyeight the audioexamples collected on the DVD attached to Riccardo Piacentini's book I suoni delle cose - Poetica del foto-suono tra Filosofia, E(ste)tica e Musica (Curci, Milan 2011).
She has worked with Teatro alla Scala, Santa Cecilia National Academy, Festival MiTo of Turin and Milan, Verona Arena Foundation, Umbria Music Festival, Milano Classica Orchestra and I Pomeriggi Musicali, National Orchestra of the Azerbaijan RadioTV, Orchestra della Toscana (ORT), Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genua, City Theaters of Bologna, Modena and Reggio Emilia, Teatro La Fenice... many important Italian festivals and concert seasons (2nd May Association and Contemporary Music Center - Milan, Amici della Musica in Milan, Modena, Pistoia, Trapani, Udine, Antidogma Musica and Accademia Stefano Tempia - Turin, Incontri Europei con la Musica - Bergamo, Irpinia Festival - Avellino, I Teatri di Reggio Emilia, Nuovi Spazi Musicali, Musica d'Oggi, Incontri Musicali, PentArte, Nuova Consonanza - Rome, Società della Musica - Mantua, Solisti Dauni - Foggia, Sonopolis - Venice, Spazio Musica - Cagliari, Spazio Novecento - Cremona, Sulle ali del Novecento - Brescia, Teatro della Fortuna - Fano, Traiettorie Sonore - Como, etc.) and, abroad, with several important institutions. Many composers have dedicated pieces to her voice, including Giacomo Manzoni, Ennio Morricone, Marcello Abbado, Andrea Basevi, Giorgio Battistelli, Umberto Bombardelli, Giovanni Bonato, Gilberto Bosco, Curt Cacioppo, Pieralberto Cattaneo, Fabio Cifariello Ciardi, Alberto Colla, Giorgio Colombo Taccani, Luigi Esposito, Fabrizio Festa, David Froom, Ada Gentile, Giuseppe Giuliano, Adriano Guarnieri, Richard Hermann, Carlo Alessandro Landini, Paola Livorsi, Marco Molteni, Riccardo Piacentini, Alessandro Solbiati, Fabio Vacchi, Dmitri Yanov-Yanovski, etc.
With the composer and pianist Riccardo Piacentini has formed the Duo Alterno, active since February 1997: concerts and master-classes on the contemporary vocal techniques in Argentina (1998), Australia (2004, 2008), Austria (2007, 2014), Azerbaijan (2014), Belgium (2002, 2005), Brazil (2012), Canada (1997, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2014), China (2002, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2015), Corea (2001), Czech Republic (2009, 2010), Denmark (1999, 2008), Ethiopia (2010), Finland (1998, 1999, 2010), France (2001, 2010, 2015), Germany (2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013), Holland (2005, 2014), Hong Kong (2011, 2014), Hungary (2011, 2014), Indonesia (2001), Japan (2006, 2007), Kazakhstan (2001), Latvia (2009), Lithuania (2009), Macedonia (2003), Malta (2011), Norway (1999, 2002), Peru (2012), Poland (2011), Russia (2005, 2009, 2014), Serbia (2008, 2010), Singapore (2001, 2002, 2010), Slovakia (2015), Spain (2011, 2012), Sweden (1999, 2008), Turkey (2005), Ukraine (2009), USA (2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014), Uzbekistan (1998, 1999); performances at Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, 3rd Festival of Contemporary Music in Tashkent (Uzbekistan, first Italian artist to be invited), Colon Theater in Mar del Plata, Cultural Center San Martìn in Buenos Aires, 4th Festival of Contemporary Music in Tashkent, Festival Memorie Sonore in Stockholm, Italian Film Festival in Oslo, Aarhus Universitet, Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki, University of Maryland in Baltimore County, Ethical Society in Philadelphia, Levine School of Music in Washington, Bowling Green State University, Rutgers State University of New Jersey, Statal Conservatory in Almaty (Kazakhstan, first Italian artist to be invited), Gedung Kesenian Theater di Jakarta, Chong Dong Theater and Joong Ang University in Seoul, Jubilee Hall in Singapore, Flanders International Festival and Beijing Central Conservatory, Numus Concerts at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo-Toronto, Chapel of Chapel in Melbourne, Mannes College and Modern Works in New York, St. Petersburg Composers' Union, Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Stanford University and Berkeley CA University, Lincoln Performance Hall in Portland, Gasteig in Münich, Fine Arts Building in Chicago, Four Oaks Auditorium in Houston, Kyoto University for Foreign Studies, Xinghai Concert Hall in Canton, Liaoning Grand Theater in Shenyang, Settimana Internazionale della Lingua Italiana in Pechino, Opera Theater in Ulaan Baatar, Unerhörte Musik – BKA Theater of Berlin, Wolfsburg Castle, Ars Nova Malmö, Kulturverket Halmstad, Copenaghen IIC and Munich IIC, Albuquerque UNM Composers' Symposium, SoundaXis Festival at the Music Gallery in Toronto in cooperation with Penderecki String Quartet, ArtLink Festival in Belgrade, Sydney Conservatorium, Canberra Wesley Uniting Music Centre, Melbourne Federation Hall, Perth Modern School, Shenyang Conservatory and IIC in Beijing, Neue Musik Köln - Festival all'Italiana, Toronto Bata Shoe Museum, Czars Village in St. Petersburg, Ciaikovskij Conservatory in Moscow, Janacek Academy in Brno, Dresden Jazz Tonne Club, University Theaters in Vilnius and Riga, National Taras Shevchenko University in Kiev, St. Mary's College of Maryland, Beijing Modern Music Festival, Festival International Les Floraisons Musicales in Avignone and Provence, Gradska Kuca in Novi Sad and Knjaszevsko Srpski Theater in Kragujevac, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore, IIC Theater in Addis Abeba, Krakow Music Academy, Budapest Spring Festival, La Valletta Hall, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Pirandello Theater in Lima and Universidad Catolica San Paolo in Arequipa, Escola de Musica - Conservatorium in Rio de Janeiro, Circolo Italiano and Teatro San Pedro in San Paolo, Palacio Abrantes in Madrid, Walt Disney REDCAT Hall in Los Angeles, Chapelle du Bon Pasteur in Montreal, Pyatt Hall in Vancouver, Conservatorio Rimskij-Korsakov in Saint Petersburg, Museo Glinka in Moscow, IIC in Wien, Ganz Novi Festival in Zagreb, Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Sala Verdi at the IIC in Budapest, Temppeliaukion Kirkkon in Helsinki, Gio Ponti Auditorium in Stockholm, Academy for Performing Arts and Music in Bratislaw, Y Theatre in Hong Kong, IIC in Beijing, Festival de Musique Contemporaine de l'Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Strasburg, Uzeyir Hacibeyov International Music Festival in Baku, The Arts House in Singapore, IIC in Jakarta, Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre (BACC), etc.
Among the other artists who collaborated with her: Guido Arbonelli, Guido Boselli, Katja Erfurth, Roberto Fabbriciani, Bryan Johanson, Michele Lomuto, Anna Maria Morini, Ivo Nilsson, Giuseppe Nova, Rocco Parisi, Madeleine Shapiro. Among the ensembles and the orchestras: Antidogma Musica – Turin, Ex Novo – Venice, Gruppo Fiati Musica Aperta – Bergamo, Nuovo Contrappunto – Florence, National Orchestra of the Azerbaijan RadioTV, Orchestra della Toscana (ORT), Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Orchestra Filarmonica di Stato di Baku, Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, Orchestra Milano Classica, Penderecki String Quartet – Toronto, Studio for New Music – Moscow.
Since 1995 she is collaborating to the artistic planning of the Rive-Gauche Concerti in Turin. In the field of musicology she has published works for Cleup, Curci, Il Mulino, Il Giornale della Musica, Il Saggiatore, Il Santo and Neri Pozza.


TIZIANA SCANDALETTI, soprano, defined by The Washington Post “a big voice [... who] projected both humour and teatricality vividly”, is professor of Vocal Chamber Music at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. She got a diploma with top marks in Canto from the Vicenza Conservatory and a graduated with top marks and honours in History of Music from the University in Padua. She attended numerous perfection courses (with Albarosa, Clemencich, Curtis, Puecher, von Ramm and Susanna Ghione) and has been a winner at international competitions.

For a number of years she has been devoting her attention to contemporary music, recording with alluring reviews for broadcasts and telecasts in RAI, RSI, Kazak National Radio and Television, Uzbek National Radio, Vatican Radio and for CD labels such as Ariston-Ricordi, Curci, Edipan and Nuova Era (seven CDs, included monographies on Giorgio Federico Ghedini, Alfredo Casella and Franco Alfano), Stradivarius (six CDs, included the series La voce contemporanea in Italia - 1st CD, 2nd CD, 3rd CD, 4th CD, 5th CD, wide research project with  musicological intervents by Quirino Principe, Paolo Petazzi, Carmelo Di Gennaro and Stefano Leoni, La voce crepuscolare - Notturni e Serenate del '900). Fiftyeight the audioexamples collected on the DVD attached to Riccardo Piacentini's book I suoni delle cose - Poetica del foto-suono tra Filosofia, E(ste)tica e Musica (Curci, Milan 2011).

She has worked with Teatro alla Scala, Santa Cecilia National Academy, Festival MiTo of Turin and Milan, Verona Arena Foundation, Umbria Music Festival, Milano Classica Orchestra and I Pomeriggi Musicali, Orchestra della Toscana (ORT), Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genua, City Theaters of Bologna, Modena and Reggio Emilia, Teatro La Fenice... many important Italian festivals and concert seasons (2nd May Association and Contemporary Music Center - Milan, Amici della Musica in Milan, Modena, Pistoia, Udine, Antidogma Musica and Accademia Stefano Tempia - Turin, Incontri Europei con la Musica - Bergamo, Irpinia Festival - Avellino, I Teatri di Reggio Emilia, Nuovi Spazi Musicali, Musica d'Oggi, Incontri Musicali, PentArte, Nuova Consonanza - Rome, Solisti Dauni - Foggia, Sonopolis - Venice, Spazio Musica - Cagliari, Spazio Novecento - Cremona, Sulle ali del Novecento - Brescia, Teatro della Fortuna - Fano, Traiettorie Sonore - Como, etc.) and, abroad, with several important institutions. Many composers has dedicated pieces to her voice, including Giacomo Manzoni, Ennio Morricone, Marcello Abbado, Andrea Basevi, Giorgio Battistelli, Giovanni Bonato, Gilberto Bosco, Curt Cacioppo, Pieralberto Cattaneo, Fabio Cifariello Ciardi, Alberto Colla, Giorgio Colombo Taccani, Luigi Esposito, Fabrizio Festa, David Froom, Ada Gentile, Giuseppe Giuliano, Richard Hermann, Carlo Alessandro Landini, Paola Livorsi, Riccardo Piacentini, Alessandro Solbiati, Fabio Vacchi, Dmitri Yanov-Yanovski, etc.

With the composer and pianist Riccardo Piacentini has formed the Duo Alterno, active since February 1997: concerts and master-classes on the contemporary vocal techniques in Argentina (1998), Australia (2004, 2008), Belgium (2002, 2005), Brazil (2012), Canada (1997, 2003, 2008), China (2002, 2007, 2008, 2010), Corea (2001), Czech Republic (2009, 2010), Denmark (1999, 2008), Ethiopia (2010), Finland (1998, 1999, 2010), France (2001, 2010), Germany (2007, 2008, 2009, 2012), Holland (2005), Indonesia (2001), Japan (2006, 2007), Hong Kong (2011), Kazakhstan (2001), Latvia (2009), Lithuania (2009), Macedonia (2003), Malta (2011), Norway (1999, 2002), Peru (2012), Poland (2011), Russia (2005), Serbia (2008, 2010), Singapore (2001, 2002, 2010), Spain (2011, 2012), Sweden (1999, 2008), Turkey (2005), Ukraine (2009), USA (2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010), Uzbekistan (1998, 1999); performances at Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, 3rd Festival of Contemporary Music in Tashkent (Uzbekistan, first Italian artist to be invited), Colon Theater in Mar del Plata, Cultural Center San Martìn in Buenos Aires, 4th Festival of Contemporary Music in Tashkent, Festival Memorie Sonore in Stockholm, Italian Film Festival in Oslo, Aarhus Universitet, Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki, University of Maryland in Baltimore County, Ethical Society in Philadelphia, Levine School of Music in Washington, Bowling Green State University, Rutgers State University of New Jersey, Statal Conservatory in Almaty (Kazakhstan, first Italian artist to be invited), Gedung Kesenian Theater di Jakarta, Chong Dong Theater and Joong Ang University in Seoul, Jubilee Hall in Singapore, Flanders International Festival and Beijing Central Conservatory, Numus Concerts at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo-Toronto, Chapel of Chapel in Melbourne, Mannes College and Modern Works in New York, St. Petersburg Composers' Union, Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, Stanford University and Berkeley CA University, Lincoln Performance Hall in Portland, Gasteig in Münich, Fine Arts Building in Chicago, Four Oaks Auditorium in Houston, Kyoto University for Foreign Studies, Xinghai Concert Hall in Canton, Liaoning Grand Theater in Shenyang, Settimana Internazionale della Lingua Italiana in Pechino, Opera Theater in Ulaan Baatar, Unerhörte Musik – BKA Theater of Berlin, Wolfsburg Castle, Ars Nova Malmö, Kulturverket Halmstad, Copenaghen IIC and Munich IIC, Albuquerque UNM Composers' Symposium, SoundaXis Festival at the Music Gallery in Toronto in cooperation with Penderecki String Quartet, ArtLink Festival in Belgrade, Sydney Conservatorium, Canberra Wesley Uniting Music Centre, Melbourne Federation Hall, Perth Modern School, Shenyang Conservatory and IIC in Beijing, Neue Musik Köln - Festival all'Italiana, Toronto Bata Shoe Museum, Czars Village in St. Petersburg, Ciaikovskij Conservatory in Moscow, Janacek Academy in Brno, Dresden Jazz Tonne Club, University Theaters in Vilnius and Riga, National Taras Shevchenko University in Kiev, St. Mary's College of Maryland, Beijing Modern Music Festival, Festival International Les Floraisons Musicales in Avignone and Provence, Gradska Kuca in Novi Sad and Knjaszevsko Srpski Theater in Kragujevac, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore, IIC Theater in Addis Abeba, Krakow Music Academy, Budapest Spring Festival, La Valletta Hall, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Pirandello Theater in Lima and Universidad Catolica San Paolo in Arequipa, Escola de Musica - Conservatorium in Rio de Janeiro, Circolo Italiano and Teatro San Pedro in San Paolo, Palacio Abrantes in Madrid, etc.

Among the other artists who collaborated with her: Guido Arbonelli, Guido Boselli, Katja Erfurth, Roberto Fabbriciani, Bryan Johanson, Michele Lomuto, Anna Maria Morini, Giuseppe Nova, Rocco Parisi, Madeleine Shapiro. Among the ensembles and the orchestras: Antidogma Musica – Turin, Ex Novo – Venice, Nuovo Contrappunto – Florence, Orchestra della Toscana (ORT), Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, Orchestra Milano Classica, Penderecki String Quartet – Toronto, Studio for New Music – Moscow.

Since 1995 she is collaborating to the artistic planning of the Rive-Gauche Concerti in Turin. In the field of musicology she has published works for Cleup, Curci, Il Mulino, Il Giornale della Musica, Il Saggiatore, Il Santo and Neri Pozza.

 

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