About

Luana Maso

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Musical Curriculum Vitae

  • 2002 – 2012luana maso
    – Classical Piano lessons at A. Felet Music School in Cordignano with maestro Giorgio Susana
    – Modern Piano lessons at Campus San Giuseppe in Vittorio Veneto with maestro Giorgio Susana
  • 2006 – 2012
    – Singing lessons with various teachers in Italy, including the mezzo-soprano Alessia Nadin and the baritone Romano Roma
    – Participation in regional and national singing competitions (including the Festival di Saint-Vincent and Premio Città di Mira)
  • 2006 – 2017
    – Performances and concerts in Northern Italy and California, USA (2014)

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      • 2008
        June – Diploma in Music Theory, Solfege and Melodic Dictation at the F.A. Bonporti Conservatory of Trento and Riva del Garda
  • 2010
    May – Musical “Hanno Ali Per Volare” by Giorgio Susana and Nicola Bergamo, in the role of Violetta
  • 2012 – 2015
    – Voice lessons and vocal coaching with Claire Yarrington, certified level 5 instructor of the Speech Level Singing (SLS) method.
  • 2014
    August – Music Industry Studies program at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill (California). Courses included songwriting, music business, communication, psychology. Acting course with Nicole Hess-Diestler.
  • 2016
    January – Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) certification program about music business and songwriting
  • 2017luana maso
    April – Release of the album of original songs “Down The Rabbit Hole“, recorded in Nashville
    September – Admission to the certification program of the Institute for Vocal Advancement. Training with various instructors and Master Teachers: Guy Babusek, Stephanie Borm-Krueger, Linda Tomkinson, Kathy Kennedy, Chelsea Wilson and Andreas Grussl
  • 2018
    January – Mention in the blog “Ears” of the NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International): “One to watch”, for the “unique and promising songwriting skills”
    February – Songwriting Masterclass with Pat Pattison (Berklee College of Music of Boston)
    April – IVACON Edinburgh 2018 – International conference for voice teachers
    April – Edinburgh – “How does the human voice develop and change across the lifespan from birth to elderly?” and “What is the latest research in singing and where is voice education going?” with Prof. Graham Welch (University College London)
    June – Voice Therapy course with the Speech Language and Voice Pathologist Amy Chapman (VoiceLab LA)
    December – IVA Instructor Certification
  • 2019
    – Teacher training and mentoring with Claire Yarrington