Field of Study: PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT - CODI/25
She graduated in Piano Performance with highest honours under the guidance of Paolo Spagnolo and then furthered her skills under Rodolfo Caporali.
She attended various piano interpretation courses held by internationally renowned musicians at the Geneva Conservatoire and at the Cours International de Bruxelles.
Subsequently, she undertook studies in Choral Music and Choir Conducting.
She has been conducting the Minipolifonica Casertana (a children’s choir) and the Polifonica Casertana for several years with a repertoire ranging from sacred and classical music to opera.
She has been on several international tours for the Ministry of Culture as a piano soloist and in a duo in projects for the diffusion of contemporary music.
In Italy, she has performed for important musical associations as a piano soloist, in duo, trio and as a choir conductor.
She has been a consultant and musical performer at various theatrical productions receiving positive acclaims and several awards, including the ‘Paul Harris Fellow’ prize awarded by The International Rotary Foundation in 2010.
In recent years, she has dedicated herself primarily to chamber music, performing in duos and trios with singers, flautists, and violinists.
Furthermore, she has also performed internationally in a four-hand duo with her professor Marcella Crudeli for the E.P.T.A. (European Piano Teachers Association), participating in a concert in Oslo, June 2014, as part of the International Conference for Piano Teachers.
Rosalba Vestini also works as an art director for various events and concert seasons with important associations in Caserta, having been engaged in promoting talented young classical music and concert performers for several years.
She is the founder and artistic director of the Leopoldo Mugnone International Music Competition, ‘Città di Caserta - Belvedere of San Leucio’.
Having passed through the national recruitment process, she currently teaches Piano at the Salerno Conservatoire.