Consuelo Orsingher
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Consuelo Orsingher

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LP: "Emozionarsi a vivere" released in Feb. 2010



Singer, pianist, composer and classical music scholar. Upon graduating from high school with a specialization in the Sciences, Consuelo went on to complete her Pianist Degree under the tutelage of Maestro Adalberto Tonini at the Nicolini Conservatory in Novara, obtaining excellent grades.
At the age of 19 she met and fell in love with Jazz and began vocal studies in an advanced singing course at the C.P.M. in Milan. After completing courses run by Tiziana Ghiglioni, Francesca Olivieri. R. Cipelli, B. Ferra and D. Michelon, Consuelo graduated at the top of her class.
In 1997 she became part of the "Trio Darling", a vocal trio with an American and Italian repertoire. The trio appeared on various television shows including: Casa per Casa (Rete 4); La Canzone del Secolo e Canzoni Sotto l'Albero (Canale 5); Solletico (Rai 1); Mattina in Famiglia (Rai 2); Tappeto Volante (Telemontecarlo) and also toured in Korea, Greece, France and Spain. In 1998 she went on to join the chorus of the C.P.M. Big Band under the leadership of Danilo Minotti and performed on various advertising jingles (Citroen, Conad…).
 In 1999 she joined the "New Day Voice" vocal group, performing an original repertoire of sacred music. Concerts included St. Peter's Square, Rome, the Duomo in Milan and the Palafiori in San Remo.
Consuelo has never abandoned her classical roots; in 1999 she founded the duo "Piano-twins" with Dr. Marta Menozzi (featuring four-handed 20th century and contemporary piano pieces) where together they performed in the Italian provinces of Milan and Sondrio.
She has performed as a solo singer mainly in the northern-Italian province of Lombardy along with many notable jazz musicians: Alessandro Bianchi, Pierluigi Ferrari, Massimo Scoca, Gino Carravieri, Silvano Borzachiello, Santino Carcano, Maurizio Signorino, Walter Calloni, Bebo Ferra, Attilio Zanchi, Giovanni Falzone, Teodoro Curcio, Francesco D'Auria, Fausto Tagliabue.
Between 2000 and 2003, under the guidance of Dr. Pomodoro, Consuelo performed the works of B. Brecht (St. Joan of the Stockyards), Büchner (Woyzeck) and Shakespeare (Hamlet), all of which were performed at the ‘Casa di Reclusione’ Theatre in Milan. While exhibiting in Milan, she also took part in performances at the ‘No'hma’ Theatre also located in Milan.
Consuelo has attended vocal master classes with Rachel Gould, Daniela Panetta, Michele Hendricks, Laura Fedele, Marzia Manoni, Silvia Biferale. 

Since 2005, she has been collaborating with Jazz guitarist Corrado Stuffo on their project “Hands and soul”, revisiting both Contemporary and Jazz music in an original and refined manner.
Since 2006, Consuelo has also been working on her own solo project “Voice heArt”, exhibiting herself as both a vocalist and pianist. This project’s repertoire is mainly composed of Jazz standards with some personal compositions of her own.
September 2007 1st place winner in the “National Competition for Jazz Newcomers” held in Crema, Italy and organized by “Bergamo Jazz Club”.
March 2008 and 2010 Finalist in the competition for women composers “Note di Donna”, organized by the “Piacenza Jazz Club”.
May 2008 Finalist in the Massimo Urbani’s International Competition for Jazz Musicians
August 2009 “Poggio Bustone” National Competition for Singer-Songwriters:
• 2nd Place Winner
• Best Lucio Battisti Cover
• Winner of the Prize for Artistic Personality
November 2010 1st Place Winner of the National “Premio Donida 2010” for Singer-Songwriters with her own composition “Folle o matto”
March 2010 “Emozionarsi a vivere”
This is Consuelo’s first work, comprised of her own compositions.
As well as being a performer, Consuelo has also been working as a voice teacher since 1998. She organizes thematic workshops that include but are not limited to vocal technique, Jazz language and ensemble music.