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Born in 1995 in Zürich, Cinzia had her earliest stage experience as a member of the Children’s Choir of the Opernhaus Zürich. Following the preparatory study at the Konservatorium Winterthur with David Thorner, she relocated to Vienna in 2015 and continued her studies with Professor Sylvia Greenberg and later with Dr. Mikhail Lanskoi. Her current coach is Renée Schüttengruber.
She has participated in numerous masterclasses with renowned artists and teachers such as Mariella Devia, Kammersängers Adrian Eröd and Angelika Kirchschlager, as well as Jane Mengedoht, Claudia Visca, Ian Bostridge, Ana Maria Labin and Roberta Invernizzi.
In 2022 Cinzia made her debut at the Volksoper Vienna in Benjamin Britten's "Death in Venice"; a coproduction with the Royal Opera House and shortly after as Valencienne in "The merry widow". This role she will soon be performing also in the national opera of Beijing.
The coming season brings the soprano to the Vienna State Opera, as the second cast of the main role in the new opera "Electrical fish" by Hannah Eisendle.
Before, Cinzia performed in Vienna amongst others as Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro) and as Angèle (Der Opernball). At Festival Klang Bad Hall 2021 she sang the Elector Marie (Der Vogelhändler) and touring with the Festival der jungen Stimmen 2021 she performed amongst others at Staatstheater Wiesbaden and Casino Basel.
Cinzia has worked with artists such as Gerrit Prießnitz, Sir David McVicar, Alexander Joel, Tobias Wögerer, Wolfgang Nägele, Laszlo Gyüker, Wolfgang Gratschmaier u.a.
At the Schönberg Center in Vienna, Cinzia performed songs by Wilhelm Grosz, in 2020, she was a guest at the Zunfthaus zur Waag in Zürich, presenting a recital featuring works by Alma and Gustav Mahler. She also sang the world premiere of the song cycle "Keimlinge" by Tullio Zanovello at the Jecklin Forum Zürich.
Cinzia is a frequent guest in her native Switzerland as a soloist in masses and concerts, including Mozart’s "Requiem" under the direction of Andreas Reize. Further, in the framework of the Mozart Orchestra, she will regularly be performing at Vienna Musikverein.
2017, she was named "Best Young Talent" at the renowned Otto Edelmann Competition in the Schönbrunn Palace Theater.
2019 Fidelio "Interpretation Prize" at the ORF RadioKulturhaus in Vienna for her program on Alma Mahler-Werfel in a duo with pianist Gunwoo Yoo.
2020 Advancement Award and an invitation to Japan for the finals of the 21st Annual Osaka International Music Competition in the Song Category.
Cinzia is a grant recipient of several artistic foundations, including the Rita Zimmermann Foundation and the StockART Foundation for Music.
Cinzia’s keen interest in directing led to engagements as Assistant Director and Choreographer at the Tel Aviv Vienna Vocal Connection 2018.
Cinzia also assisted Wolfgang Gratschmaier and Stephanie Schimmer at the Angelika Prokopp Summer Academy of the Vienna Philharmonic in 2021. As part of the Klang Bad Hall Festival, she made her co-directing debut in Carl Zeller's "Der Vogelhändler".
Cinzia speaks fluently German, Italian, English, French, Icelandic and rudimentarily Russian.
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