The young mezzosoprano Alice Marini was born in Zevio (Verona - ITALY) in 1985, in 2003 she took the Master of Music Degree in Pianonoforte under the guidance of the Prof. Sabrina Reale at the Conservatory F.E. Dall’Abaco of Verona.
In 2008 she began studying Opera Singing with the famous soprano Daniela Longhi thanks to whom, as a private student in the same year, she took the Master of Music Degree at the Conservatory “F.E. Dall’Abaco” of Verona, and thus she becomes part of the singing class of the Prof. Paola Fornasari with which she graduated in July 2011, obtaining the approval of the Jury as the best graduate of the singing classes of the year.
In September 2013 Alice Marini was at the Arena of Verona in the cast of the event "Opera on Ice", broadcasted worldwide, in which she sung as "Carmen, Flora, Maddalena and Annina" conducted by M. Fabio Mastrangelo.
In July, 2013, at age of 27, she made her debut at the Arena di Verona in the 'Year of the Centenary’ She was "Annina" in La Traviata by G. Verdi, alongside big names including the tenor John Osborne (Alfredo) and the soprano Elena Mosuc (Violetta), conducted by M. Andrea Battistoni and directed by Hugo De Ana.
In May 2013 she was solo perrformer at the Promotional Concert for the 2013 Opera Festival of the Arena di Verona, accompanied on the pianoforte by M. Fabio Fapanni and assisted by Davide Da Como at the “Dogana Veneta” in Lazise, Verona.
In February 2013 she debuted the “Stabat Mater” by G. B. Pergolesi, accompanied by the Maffei Quartet and with M. Marcello Rossi at the Organ at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Verona.
In November 2012 she participated, as a musical guest, at the TV broadcast worldwide by Telepace entitled "The Agora Consensus" conducted by Mons. Bruno Fasani, performing songs from sacred repertoire.
In May 2012 she was hired at the Fondazione Arena di Verona as “Artist of the Choir” for the 2012 summer opera season.
In April 2012 she was solo performer of “Music for the Soul”, a Sacred Concert broadcast nationally for Telepace (Vatican TV).
In August 2011 she was solo voice in the concert entitled “Our Hymn of Grateful Praise” which closed the series “Art and Faith” Sunday concerts held in the precious setting of the Church of S. Fermo Maggiore in Verona promoted by the Arts Officer of the diocese of Verona with the Parish of San Fermo Maggiore, the Office of Sacred Art and the Diocesan Museum, accompanied on the pianoforte by the internationally acclaimed twins Laura & Beatrice Puiu, world representatives of the prestigious pianoforte company of Hamburg and New York “Steinway & Sons”.
In August 2011, at the age of 25, one week before the Bachelor in Voice and Opera, she debuts at the Opera Festival of Piacenza, in Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi playing the role of “Maddalena”, under the direction of Maestro Roberto Gianola and Orchestra Sinfolario, receiving praise public and critical acclaim.
In July 2011 she made her debut always in Piacenza in the “Cavalleria Rusticana” in the roles of Mamma Lucia and Lola under the direction of M° Claudio Morbo and the Sinfolario Orchestra of Lecco.
In April 2011 she performed airs by F. Liszt at the Chamber Music Concert with the Philharmonic Academy at the “Sala Maffeiana” in Verona.
In April 2011 she was solo performer in the Concert of Sacred Music singing extracts from G. Rossini at the Chrurch of S. Fermo Maggiore in Verona.
In March 2011 she performed with Chamber Airs pieces by O. Respighi at the Palace of Gran Guardia in Verona.
In December 2010 she sang pieces from the Sacred American Repertoire during the Concert of Sacred Music held at the church of S. Giovanni in Valle in Verona.
In the same month she performed pieces by Pergolesi and Hadyn during the Concert of Sacred Music held at the Church of The Sacred Heart in Domegliara in the presence of Bishop Giuseppe Zenti.
In September 2010, in occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the death of the tenor Giuseppe Lugo, she performed in the concert “Magnificent Tenor – the life of Giuseppe Lugo”, singing the role of Azucena (Verdi’s Trovatore) and Maddalena (Verdi’s Rigoletto) under the direction of Carlo Saletti and with M° David Jackson at the piano. The event took place in the splendid setting of Custoza (VR) and was broadcast nationally by Telepace (Vatican TV).
In May 2010 she was soloist in the Leider Concert with music by R. Schumann and Liszt which was held with the co-operation of the Philharmonic Academy of Verona at the Sala Maffeiana (Vr).
In April 2010 she debut the role of Miss Baggot in “The Little Sweep” by Benjamin Britten at the Teatro Nuovo in Verona.
In May 2009 she was soloist in “Futurist Night”, a one-act musical farse based on a text by Francesco Balilla Pratella, a show presented on the occasion of the centenary of the “Futurist Manifesto” of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in co-operation with the “Arena of Verona” at the “Teatro Nuovo” in Verona.
In April 2009 she performed in “La Passione Secondo le Cose” (Sacred Performance of works by the poetess Carla Collesei Billi) singing extracts from the Stabat Mater of G.B. Pergolesi, G. Rossini and F.J. Hadyn at the Church of S. Fermo Maggiore in Verona.
In March 2009 she participated in the Chamber Music Concert at the Palace of Gran Guardia in Verona with pieces by G. Rossini, G. Paisiello, and R. Hahn.
His upcoming engagements include, in January 2014, the "Damoiselle élue" of C.Debussy to Verona Philharmonic Theatre, conducted by M. Rengim Gökmen.