Costanza Savarese is a multidisciplinary artist: a vocal performer, lead guitarist, video artist, and theatrical costume and makeup designer.
She made her solo debut at institutions including ARS ELECTRONICA Festival Linz, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Roma Europa Festival, Presidential Concert Hall in Ankara, Palau de la Musica with the Soloists of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Festival Puccini Torre del Lago, Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro Alighieri in Ravenna, MADRE Museum, Teatro di Roma, Elfo Puccini Theater, among others.
Her video art creations have been exhibited at Modern Panic IX Exhibition London 2018, SESI Art Gallery (São Paulo), FILE – Electronic Language International Festival 2019-2020-2022, “The WRONG Biennale” 2019 and 2021 (displayed at the Center Pompidou, Paris), ELECTRA SINCROTRONE International Research Laboratory, “Lift-Off Sessions Pinewood Studios and Raleigh Studios” (London – Hollywood), MANN-National Archaeological Museum of Naples, NFT BIENNIAL 2023 (Zorlu Performing Art Center, Istanbul).
Her video art piece WONDERLAND was recently projected in Times Square, New York.
She writes for the international art magazine RETROSPECTIVE directed by Glauco Della Sciucca and is a member of the international collective HYBRID WAVE.
In B. Maderna’s Satyricon at the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago, she recently covered the roles of Fortunata and Scintilla and performed a solo vocalist in “An Index of Metals” by F. Romitelli and P. Pachini at the Roma Europa Festival 2023.
Neuma Records recently published “Simple Songs about Sex and War” by W. Duckworth featuring her in a duo with pianist Emanuele Arciuli (Accademico di Santa Cecilia).
She will reprise the role of Pierrot Lunaire (by A. Schoenberg) at the Teatro Sannazzaro in Naples and record a new album with music by Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer Christopher Cerrone in collaboration with Blow Up Percussion for Neuma Records.
She teaches Classical Guitar and Singing Voice Education at AIMART – International Academy of Music and Art under the direction of Maestro Edda Silvestri (Venice “Silver Lion” Lifetime Achievement Award).
Her training credits go to Maestri Bruno Battisti D’Amario, Nazzareno Carusi, Massimo Lonardi, Fréderic Zigante, and Professors Eleonora Bruni and Franco Fussi.