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Giorgia Panasci, Art Director of the Experimental Music and Dance Review at EcuLab Classic in Palermo.
In 2016 she obtained the Second Level Degree in Music Disciplines with full marks and in 2019 Second Level Degree in Chamber Music with full marks and honors at the“ A. Boito” Conservatory of Parma.
As First Harp in the Italian Youth Orchestra of Fiesole, she perfected herself with the help of harp master Susanna Bertuccioli, as well as of Masters and Conductors Giampaolo Pretto, Daniele Gatti, Philippe Auguin, Maxime Pascal, Alain Meunier, Francesco Pasqualetti; at the same time she perfected her studies in Bucharest under the guidance of Master harpist Ion Ivan-Roncea.
She participated in several masterclasses with the following teachers: Sophie Hallynk, harp teacher at the Royal Flemish Conservatory of Music in Antwerp and at IMEP in Namur; Ernestine Stoop, professor of harp at the Royal College of Music in the Hague and at Fontys High School of Music in Tilburg; Marco Guidarini, conductor; Ion Ivan-Roncea, professor of harp at the National University of Music in Bucharest; Ivan Rabaglia, violinist of the Parma Trio; Jekaterina Suvorova, harp teacher at the Latvian Musical Academy “Jazepa Vitola”; Ieuan Jones, professor of harp at the Royal College of London.
She was awarded the “Universo Donna” International Award for the Young Talent Music Art sector at its XIV Edition, as well as a public acknowledgment during the national conference on "Young talents and perspectives in the vision of the Parliament of International Legality" issued by Prof. and President of International Legality Nicolò Mannino; she was also awarded the “Tessera Preziosa del Mosaico di Palermo” (“Precious Tessera of the Mosaic of Palermo”) by the Mayor of Palermo L. Orlando.
"The finest pedal harp that has ever been made in Britain. It is much lighter than most concert harps and, this combined with an original body construction, has a range of sonority and dynamic that is quite remarkable.”
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