Erina Gambarini

Last update: before 2019
Erina Gambarini, the musician daughter of a musician father, was 13 year old when she sang Flora, as the first treble voice, in “Giro di vite” by B. Britten, starting an intense and unbroken career as soprano voice under the teaching of Teresa Stich-Randal in Vienna. She studied piano with her father Maestro Guido Gambarini and at the same time she studied Conductor, Interpretation and Vocal Chamber Music with Marcel Courod, Vocal Technique and Interpretation with G. Schmidt-Gaden. In 1989 she founded the choral group Canticum Novum which became very popular thanks to its quality and its rich artistic activity. With this group she started several collaborations among which the one with Maestro Romano Gandolfi in 1996. Since 2007 she has been Director of Coro Sinfonico G. Verdi in Milan, succeeding Maestro Gandolfi who had wanted her as his assistant when he founded the Choir in 1998. She directed the Choir in Sala Nervi in Rome in the presence of Pope S.S.Benedetto XVI, at Festival Rostropovich, at ROH of Muscat with Carmen of Bizet, at Mito Festival,on channel LA7, at the Celebrations for Unità d'Italia in the presence of the President of Italian Republic,etc. She worked with RiccardoChailly, Claudio Abbado, Gianandrea Gavazzeni, Xian Zhang,Aldo Ceccato, Ettore Gracis, Claus Peter Flor, Christopher Hogwood, Rudolf Barshai, Vladimir Jurowski, HelmuthRilling, Leonard Slatkin, Nevil Marriner, Roger Norrington, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Robert King, JohnAxelrod, Patrick Fournillier. She is invited to be part of juries in International Competitions of Singing. Since 1997 she has been a Member of Ateneo di Scienze Lettere e Arti of Bergamo for her artistic merits.