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Federica Bragaglia studied the piano, as well as classical and modern dance at the Conservatorio di Frosinone, where she was awarded her diploma. Winner of various competitions, she owes her dramatic training to Rossella Falk. She has collaborated with conductors including Bartoletti, David, Gelmetti, Inbal, Kuhn, Lombard, Ranzani, Ros-Marba, Mazzola, Plasson, Santi, and Soustrot, and with stage directors including Cavani, Chazalettes, Crivelli, Deflo, Herzog, Mansouri, Montaldo, Montresor, Pizzi and Puggelli. She has appeared at leading theatres, including the Comunale, Bologna, the Opera House, Rome, the Carlo Felice, Genoa, the Regio, Turin, the Massimo Bellini, Catania, the Arena and the Filarmonico, Verona, the Comunale, Modena, the Regio, Parma, the Verdi, Trieste, and the Maestranza, Seville. She also enjoys an active concert career.

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