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Felicita is a soprano, vocal performer, and PhD student in Artistic Research at Lund University. Her research concerns the extended vocal techniques for the contemporary repertoire, which she deals with for solo voice, with electronics, or other instruments.
The opera and musical theater repertoire ranges from early 20th Century music (Britten, Menotti, Puccini) to contemporary one (premières of Abou Diab, Avramidou, Corpolongo, Dapelo, Wong, Viel). She has premiered pieces written for her by Italian and foreign composers in national and international festivals, such as Biennale di Venezia, Darmstädter Ferienkurse, Festival Aperto Reggio Emilia, John Cage Orgel Foundation, Livorno Music Festival, Lund Contemporary, Musica Futura L’Aquila, New Music Project San Marino, Ravenna Festival, Rondò by Divertimento Ensemble, Sound Spaces (Malmö), Spazio Musica Cagliari, Stockhausen-Konzerte und -Kurse Kürten.
She is co-founder of Helmut Duo together with pianist Matteo Bogazzi, and she is part of vocal ensembles Fragmente and Voxnova Italia.
In January 2023 the radio play Sine Sole Sileo by Edoardo Dadone has been released by Stradivarius label. She also had experience with early and baroque music (she recorded Carissimi's Oratorios for the Bongiovanni label).
She was awarded "Best Singer Interpreter" at New Music Project San Marino 2018 and the "Jury Prize" at the Festival Note tra i Calanchi (Bagnoregio) 2019.
After her studies at the Philharmonic Academy and a degree in DAMS at the University of Bologna, she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Singing, a first-class Master’s degree in Vocal Chamber Music at the Conservatory of La Spezia, and a Second Level Master’s degree in Vocal Music and Contemporary Musical Theatre at the Conservatory of Ravenna.

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