Nicoletta Sanzin Resume
|Nicoletta Sanzin, born in Trieste, graduated with top marks and honours from the Conservatorio J.Tomadini in Udine under the guidance of Prof.P.Tassini. She continued her studies in the United States with E.Malone and S.Mc Donald; in Italy with E.Zaniboni at the Accademia di S.Cecilia in Rome where she passed her diploma with top marks, honours and a study grant from SIAE. She has won numerous prizes in national and international competitions (First place in the International “E.Porrino” competition in Cagliari, UFAM-Paris, City of Stresa, Salvi etc). She performed at the World Harp Congresses in Vienna, Paris and Dublin and at the European Harp Symposiums in Nurnberg and Perugia. Nicoletta has worked with many orchestras (TeatroVerdi Trieste, the RAI Symphony orchestra in Rome, La Scala (R.Muti), Filarmonia Veneta, Opera Lubiana, RTV Slovenia,Moscovia Chamber Orchestra,City of Adria etc), from 1995 to 2001, she was Solo Harpist in the Slovenska Filharmonija in Ljubljana, where she frequently performed also as a concerto soloist. As a soloist and in chamber ensembles, she has played in several festivals in Italy and abroad (Unione Musicale, Perugia classico, Mittelfest, Amici della musica di Padova, GioventÃ¹ Musicale, Purcell Room, Ohrid Summer Festival, Zagreb Festival, Neuebuehne, Festival Ljubljana, SocietÃ Veneziana dei concerti..). She appears regurarly on broadcasting companies and has recorded several CDs. Teaching is also important to her. In 2003 she obtained the Suzuki's Method Diploma. After teaching in the Conservatories of Udine, Trieste, Matera and Sassari she currently teaches at N.sala Conservatory in Benevento and at the S.Cecilia Music School in Portogruaro. Moreover, she sits on the juries of competitions, gives masterclasses and is the Italian correspondent for the World Harp Congress Review|
Updated: May 11, 2008
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