“Costanza Savarese is much more talented than beautiful…” 

    “Her vocality is magnetic and charismatic, and cannot be identified with any pre-existing concept. Costanza makes apparently incompatible vocal dimensions co-exist.”

    “Costanza is capable of enhancing the sheer depth and exposure of raw human emotions thanks to her gifted nature and perseverance. Poetry and precision are the focal point of her work.” 

    “Technical skill, a continual aesthetic quest, strong musicality and versatility in tackling a repertoire ranging from ancient music to the most modern expressions of the twentieth century are the qualities that have projected this talented young artist into the limelight on the music scene.” 

    Costanza Savarese is a multidisciplinary artist: vocal performer endowed with a remarkable vocal range, solo classical guitarist, video artist and costume and theatrical make-up designer.

    She debuted as a soloist at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Presidential Concert Hall in Ankara, Palau des Artes Reina Sofia accompanied by the “Soloists of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia Orchestra”, Teatro Alighieri in Ravenna, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro di Roma, Mendelssohn Musikwoche etc.

    Her video-art creations have been part of the Modern Panic IX Exhibition London 2018, SESI Gallery (São Paulo), “FILE – Electronic Language International Festival” 2019 and 2020, “The WRONG Biennale” 2020 and 2022, ArtBox Gallery (Zurich and Barcelona), “Lift-Off Sessions Pinewood Studios and Raleigh Studios” (London – Hollywood), MANN National Archeological Museum of Naples, MirabanArt Ltd (UK).

    She recently debuted the audio-visual project “Hypogheios” as leading performer (voice) at the ARS ELECTRONICA Festival Linz and Museo MADRE in Naples together with Daniel Bacalov (percussions), Roberto Pugliese (visuals and elettronics), Gilda Buttà (piano), Alberto Zappalà (clarinet), Gianfranco Tedeschi (double bass).

    She has deepened the study of traditional and extreme vocals followed by artistic vocologist Professor Eleonora Bruni (member of the Collegium Medicorum Theatri and “Demetrio Stratos” Prize, 1996 ).

    Professor Franco Fussi invited her to perform as the opening act for “LA VOCE ARTISTICA 2017” at Teatro Alighieri (Ravenna) in Ravenna under the patronage of Teatro Comunale- Bologna, Alma Mater Studiorum University and Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. Together with Professor Fussi and Professor Bruni she is working under the patronage of LA VOCE ARTISTICA on a performance-based academic research related to Luciano Berio’s Folk Songs. The first outcomes have been already presented during a concert/conference at the Conservatorio Statale di Musica Pollini (Padua) and the Teatro di Roma.

    She currently holds the positions of Guitar and Voice Professor at AIMART – MUSIC AND THEATRE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY directed by Edda Silvestri (“Silver Lion Prize of Venice” awarded).

    She has been awarded two “Los Angeles Global Music Awards” and the “Federico Fellini 2018 Prize” for innovation within the performing arts field.

    Her performances are broadcasted by RAI-National Italian Radio and Television, Mediaset, RSI-Italian Switzerland Radio, Classic FM, Radio National de Espana, Radio Nacional Venezolana, Vatican State Radio.

    She formed the GlobeDuo together with Andrea Oliva (First Solo Flute at the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia).

    She writes on RESTROSPECTIVE (an International Four-Monthly Arts Magazine directed by Glauco della Sciucca, soon to be released by Hoffman Barney & Foscari Ltd.) and is part of the international collective HYBRID WAVE.

    Together with Hybrid Wave she has created “Elektra/Connecting Cities”, a vocal and video-art work conceived for “Area Park Science – International Research Laboratory Elettra SINCROTRONE” (Trieste) for The Wrong Biennale 2021-2022 (presented at the Centre Pompidou in Paris).

    Professor Fussi and Bruni, under the patronage of the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, have recently presented at La Voce Artistica International Symposium a scientific and artistic research work (supported by a computerised axial tomography based survey) based on Costanza’s voice.

    Her music studies have been held under the guidance of Bruno Battisti D’Amario, Nazzareno Carusi, Massimo Lonardi, Frèderic Zigante e Fabio Nieder. She is currently deepening her studies in the voice field at the “Centro Malagola” directed by Ermanna Montanari (UBU Prize Awarded) and Professor Enrico Pitozzi.

    In April 2022 she will take part to a 72-hour reading performance based on Italian music journalist Michele Monina’s new book (a chapter of it is dedicated to Costanza’s artistry). The performance will be held at the Teatro Elfo Puccini and IBM Studios in Milan, produced by Slow Music and IBM Italy and certified by the Guinness World Records Commission.

    In August 2022 she will debut the roles of Fortunata (mezzosoprano – female leading role) and Scintilla (coloratura) within the “Satyricon” by Bruno Maderna at the Puccini Festival accompanied by the PMCE Ensemble.

    In September 2022 she will be Pierrot in the “Pierrot Lunaire” by Arnold Schoenberg at the Capri Opera Festival.