Mariangela Marini, mezzo-soprano, graduated with honors from the faculty “Mestieri della Musica e dello Spettacolo” at the University of Macerata.
He undertook the study of opera singing in 2005 with the teacher Doriana Giuliodoro, at the “G.B.Pergolesi” Musical Institute of Ancona, and subsequently studied with Paolo Barbacini, Valeria Esposito, Stefania Donzelli, Renata Scotto, Claudio Desderi, Renato Bruson.
He made his debut in the opera “Dido and Aeneas” by Henry Purcell under the direction of Maestro Willem Peerik in the role of the Second Witch and after he attended the master of ancient music “Guidobaldo del Monte” with Maestro Claudio Cavina, famous contraltist. Since then he has carried out an intense concert activity.
Among the orchestras he has collaborated with are the Marchigiana Philharmonic Orchestra and the Abruzzese Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Teatro Verdi in Parma, the Orchestra Cherubini and the Orchestra of the Experimental Opera Theater in Spoleto.
He took his first steps at the “Progetto Sipario” training course at the Pergiolesi Spontini Foundation in Jesi, through which he was able to interpret selections of works such as Don Giovanni by WAMozart (Zerlina) and the Flaminio by GB Pergolesi (Giustina). Madama Butterfly (Suzuki), Le Nozze di Figaro (Cherubino and Marcellina – directed by Henning Brockhause). At the end of the course will then be chosen for the Stabat Mater of G.B.Pergolesi under the guidance of the director Giuliano Grisi in Bardolino and Boscochiesanuova (VR), and at the S.S. Basilica of Loreto.
For the Pergolesi Spontini Foundation in 2011 she plays Annina in “La Traviata” at the Ventidio Basso theater in Ascoli Piceno directed by Henning Brockhause, and is the solo mezzo-soprano of the first performance of four sacred compositions in honor of GBPergolesi during the Festival Pergolesi – Spontini (Salve Regina and Ave Maria by Claudio Cimpanelli, Piccolo Stabat Mater by Marco Taralli, Missa Sancti Johannes Baptistae by Lucio Gregoretti).
She then performed the role of third secretary in the modern opera by G. Panfili “Frecciarotta” at the Teatro Olimpico in Rome, an event that was broadcast by RadioTre and later the Petite Messe Solennelle by G. Rossini at the Teatro Massimo of Pescara all inside the 2013 concert season.
For Sferisterio Opera Festival he participated in Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Second Fairy under the direction of Francesco Micheli.
Among the roles interpreted there are then Lola in Cavalleria Rusticana, Orfeo in Orfeo and Eurydice by Gluck, Mercedes in Carmen, La Signorina Bracco in “Il Piccolo Spazzacamino” by B. Britten, Aunt Princess, Azucena at the Teatro Rosetum in Milan, Carmen for the Tito Gobbi Association of Rome for the project Magia dell’Opera which was staged at the Teatro Brancaccio in Rome
She is the winner of the Special Prize “Lirico Sperimentale Teatro”. Belli “at the IV edition of the Anita Cerquetti International Lyric Competition 2014, 2014 winner of the International Singing Festival Competition and second place at the last edition of the Antonio Bazzini International Opera Competition (2017).
Since 2014 she has been an actual student at the Santa Cecilia Opera Studio High School specialization course and for the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, and at the “Sinopoli” auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome she performed in the “Vocal Chamber Music” concert between two Wars “and has interpreted Doralba in” L’Impresario in Angustie “of Cimarosa.
Among the master classes to which it has been admitted there is the Masterclass of the Teatro Regio of Parma with M. Renato Bruson, the Masterclass held by Cristina Mazzavillani Muti at the Spontini Theater of Maiolati Spontini and the Masterclass on Gaetano Donizetti organized by the Academy of Teatro alla Scala in Milan in collaboration with the Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo.
In 2016 it is ranked second in the 70th European Community Competition of Spoleto and was chosen by the maestro Riccardo Muti for the second edition of Riccardo Muti Italian Opera Academy for the roles of Flora and Annina, La Traviata being the work examined.
He debuted the role of Ulrica for the Experimental Opera Theater of Spoleto and Flora in Traviata for the Pergiolesi Spontini di Jesi Foundation
He continued his studies with M. Anna Vandi.