Stellacci Rachael


Born in Australia, she moved to Italy in 2008. In Firenz she attended the advanced training courses in ancient music of the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino foundation, MaggioFormazione and in 2016 she graduated with honors from the Bologna Conservatory. She sings as a soloist with the Orchestra da CameraFiorentina, at the Lucca Opera Festival, in concert in Berlin, in France and in Australia. In 2016 she sang for the review 'In ... cantod'opera', a project of the Piacenza Theaters Foundation, in collaboration with the Cultural Association '' Nel pozzo delgiardino '. In June 2016 she took part in the IX edition of Nuovevoci for the lyric Pratolirica and was chosen to receive the Iva Pacetti Prize scholarship. In 2017 she won the Richard Wagner scholarship from the Wagneriana association in Milan and took part in the Stipendium in Bayreuth. In 2017 she was chosen to participate in the final stages of the international Belvedere aMosca and Mt. Fuji Opera Competition in Japan. In 2018 she was chosen as a student of the academy of belcanto Rodolfo Celletti and debuted at the Festival della Valle d'Itria. December 2018 sings the role of the angel in Finzicon's In Terra Pax with the Orchestra Camerata di Prato. In 2019 he sang in the Russian repertoire with the association Strainsky Russkie Motivi at Palazzo Cusani in Milan and sings the role of Desdemona in Otello di Verdicon with the National Touring Opera in Melbourne, Australia. She sings with Jas Art Ballet at the Teatro Arcano in Milan in Opera Danza Festivale in Genoa at the International Festival of Nervi, singing together with artists from the Teatro della Scala in Milan. following prizes: the Ferruccio Busoni Special Prize (2016), two special prizes in the Federico II competition in Andria (2016), the encouragement prize at the first edition of the Mount Gambier Aria Competition (2018), the third prize at the G. Masini competition (2018) and the scholarship from the Lions Club Martina Franca and the academy of Belcanto Rodolfo Celletti (2019)