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Laura Andreini

"The emotions,

colors on the palette of the voice.

The painting, my singing."

10 years of career from the heart of Tuscany

Laura Andreini Opera Singer, soprano, lives near Florence, in the heart of Chianti.
In 2020 she celebrated her first 10 years of career as an opera singer which have taken her around Italy and the world.
Her suitcase always ready, enthusiasm and passion cultivated up from the years of study lived in Italy in Arezzo, Siena and abroad in the Netherlands and Switzerland up to performing in concerts, opera productions and events in Worldwide prestigious theaters and concert halls.



Laura Andreini, in the career as soprano for more than ten years, has to her credit numerous concerts and roles in opera productions at national and international level.


She studied with Luciana Serra in Switzerland, with Paolo Vaglieri in Milan, with Laura Brioli in Livorno and Celso Albelo, attending for two years both the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Formazione and in 2019 the Opera studio verista of the Goldoni Theater in Livorno and in various postgraduate courses as a fellow including the Solo Belcanto Festival in Montisi, the Daniel Ferro Vocal Program and the Livorno Music Festival; she graduated as a pianist at the Liceo Classico Musicale F. Petrarca in Arezzo, she attended the singing course at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague in the Netherlands and then completed her studies at the R. Franci Institute of Higher Musical Education in Siena, obtaining the Master 's degree in Singing with full marks in 2010.

She has performed at the Teatro della Pergola and at the Goldoni Theater in Florence, at the Teatro Verdi in Pisa, at the Teatro Sociale in Como, at the Teatro Goldoni in Livorno, in Umbria at the Festival delle Nazioni, at the Teatro Comunale L. Pavarotti in Modena and abroad in Theaters, Auditoriums and Cathedrals in Russia (Moscow), Norway (Oslo), Belgium (Brussels), Slovenia (Ljubljana), Turkey (Ankara), Mexico (Toluca), Austria, Switzerland and South Africa (Pretoria), Serbia ( Niš), then with the Chamber Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Florentine Chamber Orchestra, the Symphonic Orchestra of Calabria, the State Symphony Orchestra of Mexico, the Regional Orchestra of Tuscany and in the following roles of opera: Despina, Cosi fan tutti by W. A. Mozart; Doralice, The triumph of honor by A. Scarlatti; Adina, L’Elisir d'amore by G. Donizetti; Gilda, Rigoletto by G. Verdi; Violetta, La Traviata by G. Verdi; Rosina, The Barber of Seville by G. Rossini; Micaela, Carmen by G. Bizet; Lauretta, Gianni Schicchi by G. Puccini; Musetta, La Bohéme by G. Puccini.

In 2014 she founded the Accademia del Buon Talento of which she is president and since then has organized opera and classical music concerts in Tuscany.

Since 2020 she has been ambassador of the MISSF Montecatini International Short Film Festival for which she performs on various occasions bringing Belcanto in various cultural contexts as at the 79° Venice International Film Festival.


She has recorded for Bongiovanni, Brilliant classics and DaVinci Publishing and since 2018 she is officially the solo soprano of the Florence Cathedral Chapel directed by Michele Manganelli.


Since 2022 she has been singing in the Ensemble Il Canto di Orfeo founded by Gianluca Capuano and directed by Jacopo Facchini, performing in the choirs of operatic works by C. Monteverdi, C. W. Gluck, F. J. Haydn and W. A. Mozart in the most prestigious Theaters and Festivals in Europe.


In 2023 she won the second prize and the Movimento Classical record award at the I Claudio Desderi International Opera Competition.

2023 ended with the beginning of the collaboration with the Ensemble LaBarocca of Milan directed by Ruben Jais with whom he performs a large repertoire of Bach.

In March 2024 Laura was the Soprano soloist in Alicante in Spain and at the Milan Auditorium in the role of Ancilla, in the Johannes Passion by J. S. Bach with Adda Simfònica Alicante and LaBarocca conducted by Ruben Jais.

In April and May she was engaged at the Salzburger Festspiele in Salzburg, Austria in Cecilia Bartoli's productions Clemenza di Tito and Une Folle journée. In the pastiche opéra Une folle journée Laura played the role of Marcellina in an excerpt from The Marriage of Figaro by W. A. ​​Mozart with Cecilia Bartoli in the role of Susanna, Melissa Petit in the role of Countess, Mattia Olivieri in the role of Figaro, Alessandro Corbelli in the role of Bartolo, Rolando Villazòn in the role of Basilio, Ruben Drole in the role of Conte, Lea Desandre in the role of Cherubino directed by Davide Livermore, the Orchestra Les Musiciens du Prince-Monaco and the conductor Gianluca Capuano.

From June 2024 Laura will be engaged in a long series of concerts and recitals, masterclasses and participation in events throughout the summer and then restart in the autumn with foreign tours.

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