Luisa Sello

Defined by the New York Concert Review 2016 an artist with a “fascinating passion and spontaneous songwriting with brilliant technique, excellent breath control, generous and great sound” Luisa Sello is an artist chosen by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage to represent Italian music. His curriculum includes Riccardo Muti, Trevor Pinnock, Alirio Diaz, Wiener Symphoniker, Carnegie Hall, Juilliard School, Philippe Entremont, Thailand Symphony Orchestra, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Salvatore Sciarrino and Bruno Canino. Raymond Guiot’s student in Paris and Severino Gazzelloni’s student at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, with academic studies in Flute and in Modern Languages and Literature (Laurea e PhD), she holds a flute chair at the Conservatory of Trieste and host professor at the University of Vienna. She’s a Miyazawa Flute’s testimonial artist, starring for Stradivarius and Millennium in Beijing.