III. Danubia Talents Liszt International Music Competition ONLINE 2021 - Jury

Julianna Kiss

Kiss Julianna zongoraművész

Julianna Kiss was born in Miskolc (Hungary), she started her music studies at the age of 5. She has received her first teacher Degree from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Miskolc in Hungary. And received her Postgraduate degree from the Mdw Universita¨t fu¨r Musik und Darstellende Ku¨nste Wien and is holding a concert diploma in piano from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Pe´cs in Hungary. From 2012 to 2015 Julianna studied Mentor teacher program and Kova´cs-method at the Budapest ELTE-PPK University and received further impulses from professors  of  piano,  such  as  Sa´ndor  Falvai,  Gyo¨ngyi  Keveha´zi,  La´szlo´  Gyimesi,  Attila Ne´methy,  Tama´s  Va´sa´ry,  De´nes  Varjon,  Csaba  Kira´ly, Thomas Kreuzberger , Eun Ju Lee.

She studied the heritage of Liszt and Barto´k and Russian piano school method from them. She studied the fortepiano music on the Masterclass of legendary Prof . Malcom Bilson, Chamber music at the Music University of Padua. Julianna is the winner of several National and International Music Competitions, for example: 10th. International Music Competition “Musica Insieme” 5th Concorso Internazionale “ Don Vincenzo Vitti “.

Her repertoire is vast: it includes piano solo and several chamber music pieces.

She  works  in  Budapest  as  a  sought-after  piano  teacher  and  is  also  employed as a piano mentor and piano teacher consultant. She  is  an  enthusiastic  representative  and  advertiser  of  Kova´cs-method,  which  takes  an important part of her work.

In  2013,  EMMI  (Ministry  of  Human  Resources,  department  of  Hungarian Government)  adjudicated  her  the  „Bonis  Bona  –  For  the  Talents  of  the  Nation”  award for her prominent work in music teaching and talent management. From 2014 she is a member of „Nemzeti Pedago´gus Kar” (National Teacher Faculty). She became the consultant for music teachers in 2015 and head of the Keyboard Department in the A´da´m Jeno? music school since 2012.

Her  piano  students  have  already  won  close  than  250  prizes  at  national  and  international competitions.

Julianna is the founder and artistic director of the Danubia Talents International Music Festival and Competitions and holds several masterclasses in Hungary and abroad. She  is  also  jury  president  or  member  at  various  national  and  international  competitions  in Catania,  Rome,  Ischia,  Orbetello – Italy,  Xabia – Spain,  Wien – Austria,  and  Budapest - Hungary.

I. Danubia Talents International Music Competition Va´c 2016. 
7th. International Competition “Youth Academy Awards” Rome 2017. 
II. Danubia Talents International Music Competition Va´c 2017. 
8th. International Competition “Youth Academy Awards” Rome 2018. 
VI. Concorso Internacional de Piano “Vila de Xabia” Spain 2018. 
I. Wiener Danubia Talents International Music Competition Wien 2018. 
III. Danubia Talents International Music Competition Va´c 2018. 
I. Danubia Talents Liszt International Music Competition Rome 2018. 
5th. Concorso Musicale Nazionale “Nellina Cappellani Costa” Catania 2019. 
7th. International Piano Competition “ISCHIA” Ischia 2019. 
IV. Danubia Talents International Music Competition Budapest 2019. 
II. Danubia Talents Liszt International Music Competition Rome 2019. 
II. Wiener Danubia Talents International Music Competition Wien 2020. 
Danubia Talents International Online Music Competition 2020, Franz Liszt Center International Piano Competition 2021,
Orbetello Piano Competition Orbetello 2021.

As  a  concert  pianist  she  tours  all  over  Europe,  playing  concerts  in  Italy,  Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, Ukraine and Hungary. Julianna has given many charity concert in Hungary and abroad. Her artistic work includes hundreds of concerts. She has invited to play with Daniel Lugosi clarinetist where he performed live for the TV broadcasting Virtuosos Talent Show). She organized the first Casio Festival in Hungary & Roma & Vienna and gave a concert.

She has organized concerts and exhibitions for young talents and supports young talents in many different ways.

Julianna  participated  with  four  Hungarian  young  students  in  an  ERASMUS  program  in  ITALY (2018. Music, a bridge among cultures).

She  collaborates  with  AIMART  (Accademia  Internazionale  di  Musica  e  Arte  Rome)  and Accademia d’Ungheria Rome, Shanghai Conservatory of music among others.

Prof. Rintaro Akamatsu

Rintaro Akamatsu

Born in 1978, he started learning the piano and the violin from the age of 2, and the cello from the age of 6. He started becoming active from a very young age. When he was 5, he made his TV debut in the progressions of Mr. Minoru Ozone and Mr. Yasushi Akutagawa. At 10, he performed Mozart’s concerto with his original cadenza. Since winning the 1990 All-Japan Student Music Competition, he has gone on and won several major competitions in the country. In 1993, he received a commendation from the Sendai City Board of Education for educational achievement. In 1996, he joined the ?rst Hamamatsu International Piano Academy. After winning third place at the Clara Schumann International Piano Competition (the judges included Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire), he was hailed as “intelligent and talented” by Dr. Joachim Kaiser. Later, he would go on to win more than 10 awards at international competitions.

After graduating from Kobe University, all the judges unanimously awarded him the Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste for both piano and chamber music at L’ Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris (all the judges awarded him full marks for chamber music). He studied the piano with Reiko Kumagai, Mikhail Voskresensky, France Clidat, Jean Micault, György Nádor and Zoltán Kocsis, chamber music with Nina Patchett and Christian Ivaldi, and musicology with Akeo Okada.

He has performed with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Metropolitan Orchestra, the Royal Chamber Orchestra and the Danube Symphony Orchestra etc. Many of the tracks can be found on YouTube. “Due Domenico”, “Angel del Piazzolla”, “And the Bell Tolls” and “Hommage a Invention”, which were released under King International, have been acclaimed in several magazines. In addition to major concert halls within Japan, he has performed in USA, Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Taiwan and Columbia. From 2016, he has served as a judge for “Danubia Talents”, “Osaka”, “Xabia”, “Liszt”, “Orbetello”(Junior) and “Monegrarte” International Music Competition. He has mentored over 1,000 musicians, and has produced many winners at major domestic and overseas competitions (PTNA Grand Prix, Silver Award, Gold Award, Tokyo Music Competition Champion and many international competitions). Other than being a judge and a Masterclass lecturer, he has also written essays which were published in newspapers and magazines.

Currently: Professor of Budapest International Piano Masterclass, visiting professor at Senzoku Gakuen Music College, a specially-appointed associate professor at Osaka College of Music, and visiting professor at Utsunomiya Junior College.


Elio Orio

Elio Orio

He’s Director at “Pollini” Padova's State Conservatoire. He started to study music at Asti’s local music school, where he was violin teacher for nearly 20 years. He went on studying with Camillo Grasso (first violin at Rome’s Opera Theatre), Corrado Romano (teacher of Uto Ughi) and Franco Gulli (concert performer and teacher at Bloomington University- USA). Before getting his degree in violin he started to work for some of the most important National Orchestras (RAI national television, “Carlo Felice” Theatre in Genova, Opera Theatre in Rome, Regio Opera Theatre in Torino and some others…).

Then, he devoted himself to the study of chamber music and founded the  Athenaeum Piano Quartet that made him win several prizes in different competitions. He also performed concerts for important associations and attended Siena’s Chigiana Academy (tnanks to a grant) where he got a merit degree. He played in a quartet with Bruno Canino and Pier Narciso Masi, two of the most important Italian pianists. Besides, he often performed solo concerts and he was first violin in many Italian orchestras. He founded Asti’s Chamber Ensemble and promoted Asti’s Symphony Orchestra, whose first concert, conducted by Orio himself,  took place at the “Alfieri”  Theatre in Asti.

After taking a public examination he became a  conservatoire teacher.

He has been giving summer proficiency courses since 1999 and Masterclasses in Malaga and Oviedo, (Spain), Cyprus, Banska Bystrica (Slovak), Porto and Braganca (Portugal), Istanbul (Turkey), Timisoara (Romania), Thessaloniki (Greece), Francisco Beltrao (Brazil), China (Beijing, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuhan, and others), Kazakistan (Astana and Almati).

He played in Italy, Swisserland, Germany, France, Austria, Finland, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Slovak, Chek Republic, Brazil, China, Kazakistan, Cyprus, Syria.

Invited by State Conservatory in St. Petersburg for an educational meeting.

In addition, he got a degree in viola.

He was often invited as a member of the Tekfen Filarmonyc Orchestra in Istanbul, formed by the best musicians of more than 20 different countries.

From november 2009 to 2015 he was director of the “Buzzolla” Conservatory of Music in Adria.

Carles Lama

Carles Lama

Steinway Artist and concert pianist, co-founder and director of the label KNS Classical and artistic director of several cycles and festivals of music, Carles Lama has also won a reputation for mentoring a wide number of young talents.

Together with superior studies in piano performance in Spain, Paris and United States and having directed the Conservatory of Music in Girona -from 2006 to 2012 - he studied Music Business, Branding and Digital Marketing and has founded Music Talent Lab and presented workshops and lectures in different institutions in order to guide and enlighten the musicians ‘careers.

At the same time, he has taught Master-Classes around the world and has been jury member of many renowned international competitions.

He is member of the acclaimed “Carles & Sofia piano duo” with his wife Sofia Cabruja, with whom they have played around the world, including venues like Carnegie Hall, Palau de la Música Catalana, Sala Verdi or Teatro Solís, among others. They have been praised by public and critics alike as one of the best piano duos in the world. Their discography of more than 10 CDs includes masterworks for four hands and brilliant and demanding orchestral transcriptions, as well as original and exclusive projects created by the duo, including the transcription of the opera “Goyescas” or a “Lieder Project”, with transcriptions for four hands of Brahms, Schumann and Schubert lieder repertoire.

Always committed with social needs, he has a UNICEF award for his humanitarian aid.
In 2012, together with his wife, they founded Concerts4Good, Music on a Mission, a solidarity project.

He has been recognised as a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Foundation and has received the Golden Star for the Professional Excellence, the Golden Medal for the Merit at Work and the European Golden Cross.

Edda Silvestri

Edda Silvestri


Edda Silvestri completed her studies at Naples Conservatory, graduating in transverse flute (1973) at 18 with M° Ferdinando Staiano. She took this further with Jean Claude Masi and Conrad Klemm. Contemporarily she studied Composition with M° Bruno Mazzotta and Percussion with M° Antonio Bonomo.

In 1973 she won First Prize at Concorso Nazionale Musicisti in Rome. She has been a flute maestro since 1974, teaching at Campobasso and Frosinone Conservatories. Since 1990 she has held tenure at Rome’s Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Music.

Activities as Director

In the Rome Conservatory she held position of Vice Director from October 2005. She was Vice Commissioner of the Conservatory from 28 September 2006 to 9 October 2007, acting as director, pursuant to art. 6 of D.P.R. 132, 2003. She was then elected Director for the Triennial 2007/2010, and when this expired, she was reconfirmed for a further mandate until 2013.

In the two mandates available, Edda Silvestri focused on her primary objective of returning to the Santa Cecilia Conservatory its role, centrality and functions so it would again be the greatest musical educational institution in Italy. This aim was reached and how. The results obtained are important and varied: reclaiming teaching; relocating the Conservatory into the national and international productive panorama; redefining qualified relations with other Institutions in the sector; reclaiming the premises and instrumental park the Conservaory enjoys.

She saw to a systematic intervention plan, which led to the sonorisation of the Academy Hall and the construction of a research laboratory for studying sound spacing (€130,000 invested in the capital account). A multi-year purchase plan was completed, with investments equal to €230,000 to renew the instrumental park.

Interventions to statically consolidate the premises and reclaim the Academic Hall with investments of € 500,000.

Thanks to M° Edda Silvestri, who on her on volition firmly made further spaces necessary, second premises for the Conservatory, through continued work soliciting political and military Institutions, lasting three years (2010/2013), the Ministry of Defence gave Santa Cecilia Conservatory the State Property of the Santa Andrea delle Fratte Complex, ex convent, ex Royal Crew barracks, ex High Command Fifth Department premises. This means 1400 sq m, turned into halls and rehearsal rooms, just 700 metres away from the historic headquarters on via dei Greci.

Conventions and agreements

M° Silvestri has struck many conventions and agreements with national and international Organs and Institutions, firstly for the Santa Cecilia Conservatory: Tokyo – Conservatory of Tokyo (Japan); Peking Central Conservatory and Guangdong Conservatory Association (China); Kazakhistan Conservatory; Seowon University (Korea); Conservatory of Milan; then for Pianeta Arte: Xin Hua College of Sun Yat-Sen University (China); Lu Opera Group of Dongying City People’s Republic of China; Temple University; Korea Lifemusic Association (Korea); Universidad EAFIT (Colombia); Chengdu Shangkun (International) Art School international Center (China); Beijing Zhong Yikun Tecnology Training.

Since 2018, Pianeta Arte has been in the China Conservatory of Music project.

Further, on 28 September M° Silvestri was awarded the title of Honorary Director of the Art, Design and Media Faculty and the Music Faculty of Xin Hua College Of Sun Yat-Sen University.

Edda Silvestri has also enjoyed intensive concert activities.

She has been guest artist for internationally important Organs, Festivals and events. Since the ‘90s she has furthered her study of contemporary music and devoted herself to her solo repertory of different types of flute: flute in C, flute in G, bass flute.

Kazue Kuwana

Kazue Kuwana

Oboist, cultural art organizer

Rossella Marcantoni

Rossella Marcantoni

Professor of singing at the State Conservatory of music "Francesco Morlacchi" in Perugia. President and Artistic Director of the Maria Malibran International Music Academy in Altidona (FM) Marche - Italy. (www.accademiamalibran.it)

She brilliantly graduated in singing at the Conservatory "Gioachino Rossini" in Pesaro and graduated in Music disciplines - Chamber Music - with the highest marks and praise at the Consevatorio "Giovanni Battista Pergolesi" of Fermo.

He perfected the opera repertoire with the M° Antonio Tonini in Milan, then with the soprano Maria Alos in Rome; the chamber repertoire with the Masters Sergio Segalini, Pier Narciso Masi and Sopranos Elly Ameling and Liliana Poli.

He attended the Academy of Opera and Choral Art of Osimo and the Rossini Academy Opera Festival of Pesaro, at the invitation of M° Alberto Zedda.

She won the first prize in the following singing competitions:

  • 42nd competition for young opera singers of the European Community "Adriano Belli" of Spoleto
  • International competition" Giacomo Lauri Volpi " of Latina
  • International competition "Vincenzo Bellini" in Rome
  • International Competition New Voices for the Opera “Filippo Marchetti " City of Camerino.

She has performed at the Teatro Nuovo Di Spoleto, Ravenna Festival, Rossini Opera Festival, Teatro alla Scala of Milan, Teatro Petruzzelli of Bari, Teatro S. Carlo of Naples, Teatro Comunale of Bologna, Teatro Chiabrera of Savona, Teatro Lauro Rossi of Macerata, Teatro Ventidio Basso of Ascoli Piceno, Teatro Giovanni Udine, Teatro Coliseo Albia in Bilbao, Teatro Nazionale Dell'opera Di split, Festival of the Valle d'itria of Martina Franca, foundation of the Niccolo Piccini concerts of Bari, Camerata Musicale Barese, International Music Festival in Irpinia and for Friends Of Music, Friends of Opera and Musical Youth of many cities. He sang in Germany, England, Spain, Croatia, Poland.

His debut was in 1989 at the Teatro Nuovo in Spoleto in "La Sonnambula" by Vincenzo Bellini in the role of Amina.

Aureliano in Palmira by Rossini (Zenobia), Il Matrimonio segreto of Cimarosa (Carolina), I Capuleti ev i Montecchi by Bellini (Giulietta), Rigoletto by Verdi (Gilda), Don Carlo by Verdi (Voce dal cielo), La serva padrona of Pergolesi (Serpina) the Grand Duchess of Gérolstein of Offenbach (Olga), Memento of Centazzo (Clotilde, The Abbess nun), Simultas of Centazzo (Isotta da Cuzano), Gloria e Magnificat by Vivaldi, Requiem by Mozart, Carmina Burana by Orff, Stabat Mater by Haydn, Symphony No. 9 in D min.Op. 125 "choral" by Beethoven are just a few examples of the lyric, lyric-symphonic repertoire she addressed at the highest level with conductors such as Muti, Gelmetti, Kuhn, Panni, Aprea, Zani, Villaume, Scheiko, Mak and directors such as Vizioli, Zeffirelli, Pizzi, De Tomasi, Hampe, Richter.

The lively curiosity, combined with the taste for deepening and the need for new experiments, they made him arrive to contemporary music, interpreting numerous compositions in the premiere absolute performance and to be successfully proposed in recitals, multimedia works, concerts show with programs of rare inventiveness and originality in the context of prestigious reviews and Festivals with other soloists and with authoritative voices such as those of Glauco Mauri, Pamela Villoresi, Eugenio Allegri, Ugo Pagliai, Paola Gassman, Massimo Dapporto, Moni Ovadia, Francesco Guccini.

He has recorded for the record companies Dynamic, Edipan, Accord for Music. For Bongiovanni he recorded in world premiere the CD Albe-opera omnia of chamber Vocal Music - by Domenico Alaleona; for the productions Gog & Magog has recorded the CD L'anima de Vino una sera cantava.

Always fascinated by the French mélodie, she has given numerous recitals of poetry in the music of authors such as Fauré, Berlioz, Duparc, Chausson, Debussy, Poulenc and Satie. A separate mention deserves the musical path dedicated to the Chansons of Léo Ferré, reworked for soprano voice; an original and innovative setting, with the execution of versions unreleased that saw Marcantoni perform in successful recitals with exclusive programs.

In this regard, the director and writer Mauro Macario, one of Ferré's greatest experts, writes: Léo Ferré has been revisited and re-proposed, in all these years, in multiple musical costumes often apartments to distant worlds and interpretive ways or, apparently, incompatible with the source original. However, in the questionable arbitrariness, they revealed of the master, the elaborate appearance open to diversified solutions. Rossella Marcantoni, soprano of modernity, did not choose the path of metamorphosis, but that of elevation. He took to the extreme what is classic, cultured, and even sacred is inherent in Ferré, he transferred his melodies to the high areas of vocality lyrical, he freed them in a sound of crystal pure as evocative shards of poignant emotion, he added in the sublime the absolute tension that animates every existing instance of the poetcomposer. From a strict Orthodox discipline Rossella Marcantoni knew, for choice, break away periodically to explore other expressed terrains, from vocal music to chamber to the contemporary one, experimenting with new sound morphologies. In our case, even staying in the technical and timbre registers that best add to its potential, we have the feeling that the singer has found a vocal cross between internal voice and lyrical voice, a tone independent, more realistic, more accessible even to those who are not passionate about opera.

And if Ferré said, about his Genesis "Je suis dicté" , so Marcantoni could affirm "I am Sung".

The "ferreiana" experience gave birth to the recording of the CD Les Fleurs du Mal en Musique Léo Ferré / Charles Baudelaire, recorded in world premiere for the label Movimento Classical of Milan. The CD, reviewed by Aldo Nicastro in the monthly music of January 2016, highlights the particular timbre quality of Rossella Marcantoni's voice, defined as luminous:...brava la singer to assert the right to adhere to the baudelairian saying with an appropriate recited dramatic, which explains its very strong desecrating value.

She has performed several times at the festival Ferré of San Benedetto del Tronto, alongside icons of chanson French such as Juliette Greco, Georges Moustaki and others. He also performed in the absolute premiere the sacred hymns of Léo Ferré (Ave Maria, Benedictus, Agnus Dei) whose manuscripts were found by the family after the death of the Chansonnier at the festival of Sacred music Gaude Mater of Cestocova in front of the Primate of Poland. He has recorded for RAI Tre, as well as for radio and television in many countries. He holds Master Classes of improvement of Opera and Chamber singing in different institutions Italian and foreign. Many of his students have been winners of important singing competitions national and international lyric.

She is invited to be part of the jury in national and international competitions and as commissioner external to the exams of singing and Chamber Vocal Music in the state conservatories of music at the Santa Cecilia di Roma, L. Perosi Di Campobasso, G. Pergolesi Di Fermo and others.

Edit Hruby

Hruby Edit

Egyetemi diplomáját a Liszt Ferenc Zeneművészeti Egyetem Debreceni Konzervatóriumában szerezte. Tanulmányai utolsó évében Firenzében nyert énekversenyt, majd a New York Sate University és a Greater Buffalo Opera Company ösztöndíjasa lett Amerikában.

Amerikából hazatérve egy éven át a Magyar Rádió énekese, majd a Budapesti Operabarátok Ösztöndíját nyerte el. A Magyar Állami Operaházban Puccini Bohéméletének Musetta-jaként debütált, majd olyan darabokban énekelt, mint Bizet: Carmen, Britten: Peter Grimes, Verdi: Rigoletto, Vajda: Leonce és Léna, Kacsóh: János vitéz, stb. Ezzel párhuzamosan a Debreceni Csokonai Színházban Mozart: Varázsfuvolában Pamina, Cimarosa: Titkos házasságában Carolina. Tíz éven át a Pesti Vigadóban, majd a Belvárosi Színházban működő Interoperett  primadonnája.

Együtt dolgozott többek között Lukács Ervinnel, Medveczky Ádámmal, Kovács Jánossal, Pál Tamással, Oberfrank Péterrel, Köteles Gézával, Török Gézával, Kocsár Balázzsal, Kesselyák Gergellyel, Tokody Ilonával, Wiedemann Bernadettel, Kiss B. Attilával, Kertessi Ingriddel, Temesi Máriával, Fekete Attilával, csak hogy néhány nevet említsünk. Mesterei Pászthy Júlia és Laki Krisztina voltak.

Meghívott vendégművészként fellépett Európa szinte minden országában, Ausztriában, Olaszországban, Svájcban, Belgiumban, Franciaországban, Németországban, Hollandiában, Romániában, illetve az Amerikai Egyesült Államokban.

Énekesi pályafutása mellett mindvégig a tanításnak is ugyanolyan fontos szerepet tulajdonított. Majd’ 10 évig Újpesten a magánének-tanszak vezetője. Az Erkel Opera-stúdió alapítója, művészeti vezetője, mely 2018-ban bekerült Magyar Alapfokú Művészetpedagógia Értéktárába.

Nagy sikerrel tart énekes mesterkurzusokat is.

2015 óta a Debreceni Egyetem Zeneművészeti Karának ének tanszékén tanít, mesteroktató, tanszékvezető-helyettes.

Alisa Katroshi

Alisa Katroshi

Alisa Katroshi is an internationally renowned soprano with unique ‘brown voice’ starring in title roles of classics such as Tosca and Aida throughout Europe.

Leading Roles

Alisa has starred as Mimi in La Boheme, Leonora in Il Trovatore, Cio Cio San in Madama Butterfly as well as Aida in Aida and Floria Tosca in Tosca. Further key roles have been performed by Alisa in ‘La forza del destino’ as well as ‘Un ballo in maschera’.

Defining Directors

Alisa has cooperated with directors of the calibre of Andrea Battistoni, Hermann Breuer, Daniela Candiotto, Wolfgang Seeliger, Helge Dorsch, Hans Friedrich Harle as well as Alfredo Sorichetti and performed with a number of leading orchestras such as: l’Orchestra dell’Arena di Verona, the Orchestra of the Albanian National Opera & Ballet Theatre, the Frankfurter Symphoniker Orchestra, the Rhein-Main Philharmoniker, the Orchestra of the National Theatre of Constanta as well as Radio & Television Orchestra of Tirana.

Famous Stages

Alisa has performed in recent years on stages such as Teatro Filarmonico di Verona, Teatro Nuovo di Verona, Teatro Camploy di Verona, Auditorium Della Gran Guardia di Verona, Teatro Verdi di Padova, Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, UP Ujpesti Theatre Budapest as well as at secondary stages in Rome, Milan, Imperia, Alassio, Palermo, Taormina, Frankfurt, Mainz, Darmstadt, Budapest, Presevo and Skopje. Alisa is always welcome to her original home stage of the National Opera of Tirana.

Impactful Teachers

Alisa has been studying with Daniela Dessi (key impact on technique), Mirella Freni (key impact on interpretation of music), Marcello Lippi (key impact on artistic interpretation and dramatic personalities) as well as Alida Ferrarini, Fiorenza Cedolins and Maria Noto. She is currently studying with Sylvia Sass.

International Excellence

Alisa is the winner of multiple prestigious singing competitions from ‘Villa in Canto’ to ‘Martinelli Pertile’, from ‘O.M.E.G.A’ to ‘Cavalier Davide Vignolo’, from ‘Antonio Salieri’ to ‘Anita Qerquetti’ and more. Alisa graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Academy of Fine Arts in Tirana (2005) and Summa Cum Laude from Conservatorio di Verona (2009).Alisa spends significant time in Hungary, Albania as well as Italy.