ANTONELLA DE GROSSI – Head of Vocal Technique
She sang from the age of four. She was the vocal leader of formations such as Lapsus and Lose Marbles; several times soloist in the Trombe Rosse orchestra conducted by Massimo Nunzi.
As a chorister, she has participated in television programs under the guidance of the Masters P. Vessicchio, P. Caruso, P. Pirazzoli and has collaborated with various artists on record.
In 2000, she was co-leader with Marco Siniscalco of “Partenope”, the musical project of songs of the Neapolitan tradition. In 2008, she was the creator with S. Quarta, M. Lazzaro and P. Ranieri of “Cantemimì”, a homage to the artist Mia Martini. For years she has been one of the most influential vocal technique teachers. In June 2013, she published her first book “Il mio canto libero” for the series of teaching Saint Louis DOC.