Chiara Giudice - Soprano began studying piano at the age of nine (?). In 2002 she was awarded a Master’s Degree in Piano Performance from the Conservatory of Music and Drama “Francesco Morlacchi” of Perugia, Italy. In 2003 she also awarded a Master’s Degree in Opera Singing Performance from the same institution.
She made her debut in Nagoya, Japan, playing the role of Barbarina in "Le Nozze di Figaro" during a tour promoted by Spoleto's Experimental Lyric Theater. With the same theater, Chiara took part in other opera tours interpreting Annina in "Traviata" by G Verdi and Berta in the " Barber of Seville " G. Rossini. She made her debut in the roles of Dorabella and Despina in "Cosi fan tutti", of Donna Elvira in "Don Giovanni" by W.A. Mozart, of Lola in "La cavalleria rusticana" by P. Mascagni.
She has been performing in numerous sacred music concerts (in particular "Requiem" and "I Vespri solenni" by WA Mozart, "Gloria" by A. Vivaldi, "Petite Messe solennelle" by Rossini and "Stabat Mater" by Pergolesi) and operas (in parts selected from “I due Foscari”, “Ernani” and “Il Trovatore” by G. Verdi at the Morlacchi Theater in Perugia, directed by Mo. Salvatore Silivestro).
She attended several masterclasses with important international Opera’s artists including Renato Bruson, Claudio Desderi, Luciana D’Intino, Lella Cuberli, Rockwell Blake.
Under the direction of Mo. Desderi, in the town of Portogruaro (Veneto, Italy), Chiara performed the role of the Countess in” Le Nozze di Figaro” by W.A. Mozart.
In February-March 2008, she played Musetta in "La bohéme" by G. Puccini during a long tour reaching several important Spanish theaters.
In "La bohéme", in June 2008, Chiara also made her debut in the role of Mimì at the Teatro Comunale in Cagli (PU), under the direction of Mo. Stefano Seghedoni.
In November 2008, at the Cenacolo Theater in Lecco, she made her debut in the role of Nedda in “Pagliacci” by R. Leoncavallo, directed by Mo. Vito Lombardi.
With the Rossini orchestra of Pesaro, directed by Daniele Agiman, she again performed as Mimì in two summer festivals (Pergine Spettacolo Aperto di Pergine Valsugana, province of Trento and Musica a Corte di Fano, province of Pesaro and Urbino ).
In February 2010 she made her debut in the role of Alice alongside Maestro Bruson at the Francesco Cilea Theater in Reggio Calabria directed by Maestro Marco Boemi.
In July 2010 she made her debut in the role of Suor Angelica by G. Puccini in the premiere of the Tuscia Opera Festival in Viterbo.
On the 7th of September 2010, Chiara sang as soloist the Requiem of W.A. Mozart in Castelgandolfo (Rome, Italy) during the official ceremony of the V Pontificate of Pope Benedict.
In August 2011 she made her debut in the role of Tosca under the direction of maestro Antonello Madau Diaz.
Chiara was a finalist in the “Città dei Sassi” Competition (Matera) and she was awarded in the “Myricae” competition.
In 2012 2013 she performed in the US, in Seattle, in San Francisco and in the prestigious Soka Performing Arts center of Los Angeles, directed by Maestro Stefano Vignati.
In 2014 she took part in a long tour of “ La Bohème” in Holland and Belgium performing in major cities including Amsterdam, Breda, Eindhoven, Brussels, directed by Maestro Marco Moresco and Dian Tchobanov.
Chiara also made her debut in “Cavalleria Rusticana” in 2016, where she played Santuzza.
Last year she performed in important opera galas and award ceremonies’ events in St. Petersburg, in the 100th anniversary of the theater in Iasi, in notable opera clubs such as Lodi’s and Genoa’s and in the World Cumbre de Tango in the city of Melilla.
As post-graduate, Chiara studied with the famous soprano Daniela Dessì and is now under the guidance of the great Verdi’s soprano Luisa Maragliano.
Chiara is also an active tutor collaborating with several music schools and academies and working alongside renowned artists in Vocal Masterclasses for Opera singers.