Curriculum
Curriculum
Curriculum
She graduated in 2010 in Udine (Italy) with success under the supervision of Patrizia Tassini and in June 2012 she obtained her Master in Performance with a maximum score. In June 2013 she graduated at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London attending the Postgraduate Advanced Artist Diploma. She was praktikantum during the 2013/2014 season in the Muenster Sinfonieorchester in Germany.

She is the harpist of the SFK orchestra, which is composed by young talented musicians from Austria, Slovenia and Italy (Friuli). Laura started to play the harp very young, at the age of 7 years old. Since that moment, she has won many prizes around Italy, such as in Florence, Venice, Padua, Gorizia.

She is the winner of the International Competition of Treviso (Italy) in 2011, and she won the second prize in the Riccione International Competition and in the ‘Salieri’ International Competition in the same year. In August 2011 Laura was selected as one of the first ten Italian best musicians graduated in 2010 at the prestigious Castrocaro Prize. In march 2013 she won the “Trinity Laban - composition for harp competition” performing Sammohan - Selfhypnosis written by Sidhant Kapoor. In January 2014 she won the scholarship for the ‘Echos-multicultural festival’ in Slovenia and Italy for several concerts. In March 2014 she won the third prize in the Svirel Competition in Sezana (Slovenia).

As an orchestral player, she played with many important conductors, such as Fitzgerald, Scarano, Belli, Paroni, van der Roost, Maschio, Pelucchi, Appelbaum, Ole Kristian Ruud, Alexander Prior, Pitis, Turissini, Sivilotti, Piersanti, Grandi, Garbarino, Piersanti.

In summer 2013 she toured Europe with the Ungdomssymphonikerne orchestra (National Youth Orchestra of Norway), performing in Berlin’s Konzerthaus (Young Euro Classic), Oslo, Aix en Provance and Menton, conducted by Alexander Prior and Ole Kristian Ruud. In summer 2014 she played again with them with concerts in Norway, conducted by Peter Sebastian Szilvay. In 2015 she toured Europe playing in Copenhagen (Tivoli), Berlin (Konzerthaus) and Oslo Opera House.

As a ‘praktikant’ she played also in the Philarmoniches orchester Hagen conducted by Florian Ludwig. She recently played with soloist from Philarmonia Orchestra in London with Adrian Partington as conductor, with the London Mahler Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Capps, the Repertoire Orchestra of London, conducted by Timothy Redmond, the ULSO (University of London Symphony Orchestra) and with the Wow orchestra (Women of the world), conducted in the Royal Festival Hall by Marin Alsop.

In February 2013 she gained the place as Principal Harpist of the YMSO (Young Musician Symphonic Orchestra), conducted by James Blair. She also performed in important Italian orchestras, like Mitteleuropa symphonic orchestra, La Rejouissance and with ONC orchestra, the National Orchestra which takes the best musicians of the Italian conservatoires. With this orchestra she performed in Paris, at the Operà Comique, and in Rome (Auditorium Parco della Musica).

She collaborate with Nova Philarmonia Orchestra from Slovenia, with the conductor Simon Percic. She played also with the National Opera of Lubiana (Slovenia) in 2016. She had a strong preparation in contemporary ensemble-orchestra music, recording also a cd in Italy and in London with the TCM contemporary chamber music group, conducted by Gregory Rose.

She followed masterclasses with International harpists such as Lucy Wakeford, Jeffrey Dyball, Vincent Buffin, Isabelle Olivier, Manya Smith, Willy Postma, Elisabeth Fontan Binoche, Sylvain Blassel, Marie-Pierre Langlamet, Alice Giles, Xavier de Maistre, Fabrice Pierre. She is a ‘solo performer’ and also a ‘chamber music performer’. With the flautist, Katherine Smith they established a permanent duo based in London, ‘The Sark duo’. They performed in a preconcert at King’s Place (London) in November 2012 and they’ll be in the semifinal of the ‘soloist Trinity competition’ for a solo concert with orchestra with the K299 Mozart’s concerto.

They also played in Wigmore Hall (London) and they were invited to the ‘Salieri-Zinetti’ competition in Verona (Italy). As a soloist, she played regularly in lunchtimes concerts around London (St. Alfege church, Old Royal Naval Chapel, Southwark cathedral) and in important Italian venues, such as the ‘Bellagio Festival’ and ‘Nei suoni dei luoghi’ festival among the others.