Soprano Federica started vocal training early in life, working with both Italian and foreign genres of music, she eventually realised her passion was opera and worked on developing her soprano voice.
Naturally gifted, she breezed through music school and started performing in theatres and operatic plays. Federica quickly got noticed and in 2005 earned her big break when she got the role of Nausicaa in the world premiere of the dance opera Odysseus. In 2009 she received the plum award “Penisola Sorrentina Arturo Esposito”.
Her entry into mainstream music began when she joined and reached the semi-finals of Italy's Got Talent. Nowadays, in addition to opera arias, she tackles a wide range of international concert songs of the crossover variety. In 2010, she sang at the TV show "24 Thousand Voices" with Gloria Gaynor and Gigi D'Alessio.
It is not hard to be amazed with Soprano Federica. She possesses a pure soprano voice backed by a solid technique. Her renditions are stirring and moving, smooth yet passionate. Federica’s extensive concert repertoire ranges from opera to international songs, and encompasses timeless Neapolitan pieces.