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Lella Cuberli is a native of Texas. Having won a scholarship from the National Opera Institute and on the advice of the late Lawrence Kelly; the general director of the Dallas Opera at that time, she went to Italy in order to study, learn the language and culture, build a repertoire. Originally it was her intention to return to U.S. after a limited sojourn but after winning several important international competitions such as Accademia Chigiana (Siena), Giuseppe Verdi (Parma), Beniamino Gigli (Macerata), Giacomo Lauri Volpi (Garda). more

 

 

Dragana Moles was born in 1970 in Nis, Serbia. She sang opera and sacred music from an early age, but than studied natural sciences and University of electronics.  At age 24, started studing singing at the National Music Accademy in Sofia, and continued one of her Master studies at the National Theater Academy. Later she continued specializing vocal pedagogy, gaining her final title this year - doctorate of Arts. more

 

 

Daniele Giulio Moles Neapolitan by birth, he received his early formation from the Conservatory San Pietro a Maiella, continuing his preparation at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome where he received diplomas both in Violin under the guidance of Felix Ayo and in Conducting under Bruno Aprea.
He participated in numerous workshops in Italy and abroad with F. Ferrara, A. Galliera, A. Francis, Y. Temirkanov, Y. Ahronovich, J. Kalmar, K. Kiesler. more

 

Leonardo Angelini The Roman pianist Leonardo Angelini gained his Diploma with Honours in piano under the guidance of Elio Maestosi, pupil of Alfredo Agosti and Alfred Cortot. He later attended Masterclasses held by Vlado Perlemuter, György Sándor and then High Specialization courses held by Piero Rattalino and Aldo Ciccolini. He attended also Master courses in lied accompaniment held by Erik Battaglia in Pinerolo and by Marco Boemi in Riva del Garda. Of great importance for his completion as an opera and lied accompanist was his collaboration with Margaret Baker- Genovesi which lasted 20 years. more

 

Caterina Galiotto gained her piano Diploma at Padua Conservatory, in Italy, after a Bachelor in Classical studies.
During  a  Mastercourse  in  Sion, Switzerland  she was invited , as a special student, to attend the NCSA North Carolina School of the Arts, where, under the guidance of M°C.Matthews, she won the “ Concerto Competition” with Gershwin Piano Concerto in F, which she played with orchestra in North and South Carolina. more