Benedetta Borciani


Web and promotion manager

Video maker

Benedetta first performed singing Brecht's Children's Prayer in a show with her parents  when she was 4 years old. She studied music (violin and singing) as a child. She is perfectly bilingual, and regularly performs in both Italian and English. She graduated from the Turin Teatro Stabile Drama School in 2006 and has often worked in theatre productions where her music skills were also important. She worked with prominent artists such as  Bruce Myers, Giorgio Albertazzi, Andrée Ruth Shammah, Laura Pasetti, Giuliano Montaldo, Franco Branciaroli, Massimo Popolizio.


Beniamino Borciani

Singer, Actor (alto, tenor)

Logistic manager, PR

Graphic designer, costume designer

Beniamino first appeared on a stage at the age of 7, at the Teatro Alla Scala (the famous Milan opera house) as a member of the children's choir, in Verdi's Otello, conducted by Riccardo Muti. He performed - often singing solo - in productions of La Scala until the age of 14, working with many great conductors and directors including Riccardo Chailly, Jeffrey Tate, Luca Ronconi e Franco Zeffirelli. While his voice has become deeper, he hasn't lost the higher notes, and now has a nearly 4-octave vocal span - and an extremely versatile range of styles. He now  studies at the Conservatory and sings in a few baroque ensembles, performing in Holland and in Italy. 


Lucrezia Piazzolla



Lucrezia has studied music since she was a little girl. She has also been a member of La Scala children's choir. She has worked with conductors Riccardo Muti, Gustavo Dudamel, Zubin Mehta and directors Franco Zeffirelli, Luca Ronconi and Robert Le Page. She started working in the theatre at the age of 11. She graduated in Languages at Milan State University. She leads children's workshops both in Italian and English and is an assistant teacher for La Dual Band's workshops for adults.


Other artists that collaborated with us:

Paolo Bonacelli, Giorgio Bongiovanni, Maria Assunta Calvisi, Guido De Monticelli, Ciaccio De Rossi, Fulvio Fo, Corrado Giannetti, Mauro Marino, Barbara Petrecca, Franco Sangermano, Luciano Tessari, Luigi Tontoranelli, Luca Velotti.