Biography

Alessandra is an Italian soprano based in The Netherlands. After graduating in Opera Singing in Italy in her hometown of Padua, she specialized at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague under the guidance of the dutch tenor Amand Hekkers, while researching over Vocal Education.

 

During her studies, she participated to masterclasses with Barbara Frittoli, Ramón Vargas, Nelly Miricioiu, Michael Chance, as well as opera studios and workshops with the stage directors Stefano Patarino, Gianmaria Aliverta and Floris Visser.

 

Beside this, she specialized in Ancient Greek Drama, performing in numerous productions in the Greek Theatre of Syracuse and in the archaeological site of Akrai for the Italian National Institute of Ancient Drama (INDA).

 

Alessandra Marangon

Alessandra made her debut in 2017 as Prima Conversa in Puccini’s Suor Angelica produced by Cantiere all’Opera and directed by Mara Zampieri at Teatro Barbarigo (Padova) and in 2019 as Annina in Verdi’s La Traviata produced by Figaro Opera Society (Venice).

She collaborated with professional orchestras such as Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, directed by Marco Angius (in Vivaldi’s Gloria and Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, with Iris Ensemble Choir, OperaEstate Festival) and Het Promenade Orkest (soprano solo in Dvořák’s Stabat Mater, with Oratoriumkoor Kennemerland, directed by Annelies Smit), and with choirs such as Rotterdams OperakoorAmsterdams Opera Koor and Viva La Musica, directed by Ago Verdonschot.




Alessandra was a selected participant in multiple international competitions and was a finalist in the 14° Concorso Internazionale Lirico Città di Brescia omaggio a Maria Callas.

 

She is currently active not only as a soloist, but also as a poet and concert host in The Netherlands and abroad, participating to international festivals such as Festiv’Alba (Italy) and Buffer Fringe Festival (Cyprus).

 

Beside performing, Alessandra is a passionate singing teacher and vocal coach, based in The Hague.

Alessandra Marangon