A native of Italy, soprano Sarah Baratta (Cosenza) earned a Diploma in Voice Performance (2010) from Conservatory “E. Duni” in Matera, Italy. Since 2006, Ms. Baratta studies opera repertoire and vocal technique in Rome, under the tutelage of soprano Gabriella Tucci. She also attended three sessions of OperaStudio
held at Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia in Rome, studying with Renata Scotto, Anna Vandi, and Cesare Scarton (2013/2014) and Academy of High Perfectioning in Verdi’s Repertoire at the Teatro Regio in Parma (2017). 

After having completed her private studies of piano and classic guitar, she begins her artistic activity as a singer in the “Città di Cosenza” Children’s Choir, participating in Teatro “A. Rendano” opera season (1997-2001). 

From 2000 on, she carries out an intense period of concert and opera performances and she wins many National and International Prize in some Vocal Competition. 

Among her debuts it is worth mentioning:

Liù in Puccini’s Turandot, Teatro Comunale di Carpi  in Modena (2008), conducted by P. Mianiti and staged by P. Panizza; Soprano soloist in Stabat Mater by Rossini, O.S.E.U. Orchestra in Albano Laziale (2009); and Trapani’s Music in July (2015) conducted, rispectively, by Proost and Brizzi; Delia, Mameli by Leoncavallo, an absolute first, in Cosenza (2010/2011); Königin der Nacht, Die Zauberflöte by Mozart,
La Traviata by Verdi, Potenza (2014) conducted by P. Menchise, directed by A. Sicurella; Berta, Il barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini, Cosenza (2014) conducted by L. Ferrara, directed by R. Cucchi; Frasquita, Carmen by G. Bizet, Teatro Antico of Taormina (2015) conducted by M. Michailidis; Suzel, L’Amico Fritz by Mascagni, Piacenza, Modena e Ravenna conducted by D. Renzetti and staged by L. Nucci (2015/16); Dorinda, in Orlando by Handel, Catania (2016) conducted by S. Fundarò, staged by M.P. Viano; Königin der Nacht, Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, Livorno, Pisa e Lucca (2016/2017)  conducted by D. Savic, directed by L. Kemp; Susanna in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Reggio Calabria (2017) conducted by M. Beltrami, directed by R. Bonajuto; Natuzza in the oratory Mamma Natuzza by V. Palermo, absolute first, Catanzaro (2017) conducted by M. Dones, reciting voice Alessandro Preziosi; Lucia, Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti at the Teatro del Giglio in Lucca under the conduction of M. Güttler and staged by S. Vizioli (2019). In 2014 she records the music score for a commercial composed by F. Perri for the inauguration of the Vatican Wing of the cultural foundation Biennale of Venice 2015. In August 2016 she is protagonist of the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan.

She earned a degree in Biology from the University of Calabria (2013).

Sarah Baratta
Sarah Baratta

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