The Brazilian/Italian soprano, Rosana Orsini, studied the piano and the harp while specializing then in singing under the direction of Diane Forlano, by looking further into the Baroque repertory with Antonio Florio and Eduardo López Banzo.

Orsini took part in many concerts and operas throughout Europe and the Americas, including Rio de Janeiro, New York, Washington D.C., Prague, London, Venice, Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Panama City, Lisbon & Porto. She has appeared in the following venues: Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, Stavovske Divadlo Praha, National Gallery of Art in Washington, Circulo de Bellas Artes of Lugo, etc.

Rosana holds a joined Ph.D. between the Université Sorbonne – Paris IV in France and the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Portugal. She has a master’s degree in vocal performance from the Manhattan School of Music in the United States of America and a post-graduate diploma in singing from the Royal Academy of Music in England.