Maria Ferrante

Maria Ferrante is a soprano singer who was ‘discovered’ in a voice class at university. She has studied with great singers like Franco and travelled to China to learn from Jiang Jou, the bel canto master. She has collaborated with many musicians worldwide. She also has four solo CDs to her credit, including Christmas in Worcester, Best Kept Secrets and Sea Tides and Time.

2013

Caffeine

Maria Ferrante's extraordinary voice was discovered when she sang in a voice class at University. She began studying with some of the greatest singers Franco and continued her studies as far as Beijing to discover aspects of bel canto master, Jiang Jou.

Here Maria sings "Caffeine" from an "Ig Nobel" prize ceremonie opera, with accompanist Alice Martelli, at TEDxCERN.

Some galaxies

Maria Ferrante's extraordinary voice was discovered when she sang in a voice class at University. She began studying with some of the greatest singers Franco and continued her studies as far as Beijing to discover aspects of bel canto master, Jiang Jou. Here Maria sings "Some Galaxies" from an "Ig Nobel" prize ceremonie opera, with accompanist Alice Martelli, at TEDxCERN.
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