Anna Capiluppi


Anna Capiluppi sopranoBorn in 1992 in Reggio Emilia. In 2018 she obtained the 1st level Academic Diploma in opera singing at the "A. Peri ”of Reggio Emilia under the guidance of Maestro Maurizio Leoni.

In the same year she attended the Masterclass held by mezzo-soprano Sonia Ganassi within the same institute.

In 2017 she made her debut in the roles of: Pamina (The magic flute) in Mariano Comense (CO) within the Opera in Favola project created for schools, Annina (La traviata) directed by Maestro Stefano Giaroli inside of the Magnetic Festival (Capoliveri, Elba Island) and Ines (Trovatore) at the Magnani Theatre in Fidenza.

In 2015/16 she attended the Higher Specialization Course - Opera da Camera Italiana - at the Philharmonic Academy of Bologna held by Professor Mauro Trombetta flanked by some prestigious names such as: Elena Bakanova, Erik Battaglia, Andrè Cognet, Sergio Kuhlmann.

In addition to the operatic repertoire she focused on chamber music, especially the German lieder, performing in concerts at "Villa Verdi" Busseto (PR), at the "Institute of Germanic culture" (BO), at "Villa Tesoriera" in Turin. Alongside his solo activity, she combines choral work in the Music Chapel of the Reggio Emilia Cathedral and the Sacri Concentus Cantores chamber choir.

In 2017 she also obtained a master's degree in Pedagogy at the University of Bologna, collaborated in the realization of some music projects in the Primary Schools. In 2018 she participated in the Orff-Schulwerk seminar "Little music" held by Paola Anselmi.