High Voices

Ilaria Invitto



Born in Battipaglia (SA), ever since her earliest youth

she was attracted by the classic ballet, that practiced for ten years. Always fascinated by music and singing, she studied for three years under the guidance and supervision of the soprano  Giovanna Pandolfi. Later on, after the high school she enrolled  at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Salerno, following her main passion, without neglecting, on the other hand, her former experiences and artistic flair. Thanks to the opportunities of extracurricular education offered by the University of Salerno she had the chance to reconcile her scientific and artistic passions joining the Vocal Ensemble Principe Sanseverino of the University of Salerno in 2011, starting to practice,  for the first time, choral singing, and later fostering the birth of Vox Aurea Vocal Ensemble.

Claudia Bolinesi



Born in Battipaglia (SA), loves music since her infancy, when she enjoyed singing Renaissance songs with her siblings, following the tracks of CD records. She started playing violin, but soon focused her interests on the study of flute at the “Carl Orff” Music Academy in Salerno. Her idealism and, sometimes, her logorrhoea preluded her choices at the University, where she enrolled in the Law Faculty in Salerno.   Claudia loves arts in all their manifestations, and above all she likes acting. In her childhood she had the chance to play characters in comedies of Eduardo De Filippo, one of her favourite authors.

At the high school she began to sing as chorister in the school choir, and the beauty of polyphony fascinated her. Later on she had the chance to strengthen her love for music, and in 2008 she collaborated as radio speaker in a music program of  “Radio Castelluccio”. She considers music as a powerful tool to know, appreciate and love different cultures. To this aim she also joined a folk dance laboratory  at the University of Salerno. Thanks to Ilaria, her beloved friend and soprano mate, she got involved in this beautiful project and contributed and strongly supported the foundation of  Vox Aurea.

Loredana Caserta



Born in Salerno and graduated at the University of Salerno in History and Art Criticism,  is now enrolled in the two-years course in Historical, Critical and Analitical disciplines of Music at the Conservatory “G. Martucci” in Salerno. She was very keen on music since her childhood and started to study piano when she was 11 years old, then again in her adulthood. In 2009 started to study singing under the supervision of the soprano Alessandra Totoli at the school of music Musifocus. In the same year joined the Vocal Musifocus Ensemble and sang in operas and operettas as Aggiungi un posto a tavola by Garinei and Giovannini, Inferno, trentaquattro canti dalla Divina Commedia by R.M. Pepe, Cin cin là, Operetta che passione, Stabat Mater by G.B. Pergolesi (soloist Katia Ricciarelli), the musical Mother Teresa of Calcutta: The Words, the Life” (Salerno City Theatre  “G. Verdi”, Reggio Calabria Greek Theatre, Sorrento, Naples, Rome, etc.)

In 2012 sang as soloist at the Augusteo Theatre in Salerno during the Salerno Festival Choral Meeting, and in 2013 at the Antonio Ghirelli Theatre for the Europen Festival of Music.

At the moment she works as collaborator in the management and production of operas and music events directed and organized by Romeo Mario Pepe and Alessandra Totoli.


Barbara Belgiorno

Loredana Cantarella

Daniela Fasano

Carla Genovese

Maria Rivetti

Serena Tenza


Antonella Cantarella

Liliana Criscuolo

Tiziana Eboli

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