Tiziana Gasparoni


Born in Venice, she graduates with excellence at the Conservatory of Castelfranco Veneto, after studying with Teodora Campagnaro. Later she obtains (magna cum laude) a second level Diploma with access to the professional area of teaching.
She continues her studies with E. Dindo, E. Bronzi, M.Scano, G.Gnocchi, A.Zanardi, E.Silvestri, L.Simoncini, E.Bagnoli, B.Baraz, A. Specchi. She wins auditions for the Orchestras of  the Arena of Verona, the Marrucino in Chieti, the Olimpico of Vicenza, the Opera Festival Orchestra of Tuscany, the Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra of Milan, the Virtuosi Italiani Orchestra of Verona. In 2008 she wins the cellists competition at the Sinfonica Arts Academy Orchestra of Rome. She often collaborates with La Fenice Theater of Venice, the Arena of Verona, the Filarmonica Orchestra of the Fenice Theater, the Orchestra of Padova and of Veneto, the Orchestra Giovanile Europea, the City Theater of Treviso, the Symphonic Orchestra of Friuli Venezia Giulia, the Symphonic Orchestra of Rome, the Toscanini Orchestra of Parma, the Olimpico of Vicenza, the Virtuosi Italiani.
She worked with important artists such as John Axelrod, Riccardo Chailly, Placido Domingo, Eliahu Inbal, Antonello Monacorda, Pier Giorgio Morandi, Kazushi Ono, Daniel Oren, Renato Palumbo,  Omer Meir Wellber, Aziz Schokhakimov.  
She performs also with different chamber music ensembles such as Trio, String Quartet, Trio and Quartet with piano, in prestigious Italian and European concert halls.
Her interest for different ways of realizing sounds with her instrument make her meet also other music styles. In particular, performing in cello Quartet she explores South America (samba, mambo, argentine tango, Brazilian music). In String Trio + accordion Ensemble she explores contemporary music.
She played in several recordings, in Orchestras (“Vinodentro” by Paolo Fresu), and as soloist (“Ultra Violet, the best film scores by Gary Marlowe” by the german composer Gary Marlowe ).
She teachces cello and chamber music at the Marco Polo High School of Venice and cello at the Caio Giulio Cesare Middle School of Mestre.