Eleonora is a contemporary vocalist and voice teacher hailing from Perugia, Italy. She attended the Berklee College of Music and graduated with a Professional Music Diploma. Some of her collaborations while studying in the USA were with Oscar Stagnaro, Mark Walker, Jamey Haddad, John Pierce, Leo Blanco and many more leading performers and musicians.
In November 2007, she had the honor of performing with legendary Brazilian singer Rosa Passos for a concert in Boston. She has also performed with Eva Ayllon at the Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Centre. Recently she has been collaborating with double bassist Enzo Pietropaoli and has performed across jazz festivals in Italy.
She has also completed a jazz degree at Santa Cecicilia Conservatory in Rome where she studied with Maria Pia de Vito, Paolo Damiani, Alessio Sebastio and Vincenzo Caporaletti.
Eleonora is also a voice coach and tutor with over15 years of teaching experience, and has taught at various academies in Italy including the Lycee Chateaubriand, Accademia di Musica Nomos, Insieme per Fare and the John Coltrane Music School.
Her passion for performing and teaching took her to Quito, Ecuador where she taught at the Institudo de Musica Contemporanea- a Berklee affiliate institute. At this institute, she also had the privilege of directing the Latin World Music ensemble.
She has also recorded with double bass player Enzo Pietropaoli on three albums besides performing as lead vocalist for various artists.