Laura Basso


Short Bio

Laura Basso, soprano, graduated in Music Education - Methodologies and musical techniques for disabilities at the C. Pollini Conservatory of Padua. Her academic career was focused on singing, in particular on the vocal method of the Lichtemberger®Institut, children's theater, swaddled music and the educational concert and music therapy. She used to work as a music educator both with people with disabilities (children and adults), pre-school and school children. She works as a mediator for communication for the sensory disabled in the province of Treviso, where she carries out teaching activities at the Malipiero Institute of Asolo, and as a freelance professional for Nursery Schools and Primary Schools in the area.

Laura Basso began her concert career both as a soloist and as a member of the choral group with the Atelier of Lyric Song, discovering her natural aptitude for the interpretation of operetta characters. With the Agogic Lyric Atelier she received a flattering public success by taking part in numerous concerts in Italy and abroad, ranging from very varied repertoires, from the sacred to the "patriotic", from the most traditional operatic to the lieder, from the operetta to the musical, including film music and timeless melodies including Neapolitan and popular music. In the academic year. 2014/2015 she is selected as singer / actress for the Fenice Education children's show “Once upon a time there was a king .... La Fenice tells you: Cinderella”, a collaboration between the C. Pollini Conservatory of Padua and the Teatro La Fenice in Venice directed by Pino Costalunga. Since May 2018 she collaborates with La Fenice’s Education Department for the show La Fenice tells you: A magical ring between gnomes and heroes. 




Education Prize
Nominee 2020

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