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Eleonora Rossin

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Eleonora Rossin outside the Copenhagen Opera House

Eleonora Rossin (born 21 December 1972) in Venice is an Italian classical singer, composer and pianist.


Rossin is the niece of Giuseppe Sinopoli and Lucia Valentini Terrani.[citation needed] She began learning piano and harpsichord at an early age and decided to turn professional. She first worked at the piano class at the Antonio Vivaldi Conservatory. Later, she left for Turin, to study at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory and graduated in piano, singing, composition conducting and music education, in 1996.

In 1996, Rossin performed at the International Contest for Rossinian Voices, organized by the RAI Italian radio and television,[citation needed] and she made her debut with Lucia Valentini Terrani in Offenbach's The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein at the 'Festival della Valle d'Itria' at Martina Franca.[citation needed]


In 1997, Rossin made her debut appearance at the La Fenice in Venice in the role of Maddalena in Rigoletto.[1][better source needed] She was selected by conductor Enzo Ganassi for the trilogy Dido and Aeneas at the Festival[which?] of music Berlin 2013.

Rossin has performed at the Vienna State Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, Fujiwara Opera of Tokyo, Kennedy Center of Washington and the 2005 Aix-en-Provence Festival, in the role of Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana.[citation needed]

In 2010, Rossin began composition, starting with indie German labels and establishing herself in the gothic-lyrical genre in English language. She debuted in 2010 with the album Madness and two years later, her videoclip intitled Take me my Soul that was used for the background of the Gran Paradiso, conductor [Enzo Ganassi], distributed digitally. With the album Alive, she entered the Japanese market.[2]

In 2013 she self-published her book La musicoterapia nelle mente e nel corpo.[3]

Rossin is Director of the International Italian Academy Music&Art and teaching in several International Masterclass of Piano and Singing, with the Estill voice training method.[4]


  • Rossin: Madness , with Indie (2010)
  • Rossin: Take me my Soul , with Gbh Label Berlin, 2012.
  • Rossin: Eleonora in cover , with Medi Music Vicenza, 2013.
  • Rossin: Alive , with GBH, 2014.
  • Rossin: Silenzi , with GBH, 2015.
  • Rossin: Eleonora sings Edith Piaf , with Musique de France editions, 2017


  • The musicoterapia nella mente e nel corpo , ilmiolibro, 2013


  1. "Rigoletto al teatro La Fenice". (in italiano). 10 March 2018. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  2. "Eleonora Rossin, compositrice veneziana, in Japan on demand". Venezia Today (in italiano). 13 May 2016. Retrieved 8 March 2018.
  3. "La musicoterapia nella mente e nel corpo dell'artista veneziana". Venezia Today (in italiano). 1 Dec 2013. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  4. "Eleonora Rossin, il talento e la generosità di un artista vera". (in Italian). 21 May 2012. Retrieved 9 March 2018.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)

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