Claudia Favaro

Claudia Favaro, born in Ivrea (Italy) in 1969, began playing clarinet at the age of 9 in the Banda Municipal di Borgofranco d'Ivrea, and several years later she became involved with the choral world. She began her studies of organ and composition at the Particular Musical Institute of Aosta with Professors Paolo Bougeat and Paolo Manfrin. After a short interruption she resumed studies obtaining the diploma of Strumentazioni Per Banda (instrumentation for wind band) at the Conservatory "E. F. Dall'Abaco "of Verona with Professor Roberto Di Marino. Choirmaster and organist of the parish of Vert, she continues to sing in the female choir "Viva Voce" of Donnas, where she lives, where she is assistant of the conductor Edy Mussatti. She won an international composition competition for female choirs in Salisburgo and has been reported several times at the National Competitions and the "Regional Choral Singing Assemblies". She has established several collaborations with vocal and instrumental groups for the elaboration of songs or for the creation of new songs.

            Works for concert band

  • Atmosphére (2012)

  • Romanza (2012) – per soprano, violoncello, pianoforte e banda