Luca Marconi, singer, songwriter, musician, actor and musical performer. Since 2015, he has been an official member of the rock-symphonic show "Queen at the Opera". He collaborates with artists such as Ricardo Cocciante, Bobby Kimball, Gentle Giant. For TV, he is the voice of the Italian theme song of the animated series "Monsters vs. Aliens" produced by Dreamwork Animation.
His theatrical and musical career boasts numerous national and international experiences, such as "Notre Dame de Paris" by Ricardo Cocciante, "Hamlet Musical Drama produced by Pierre Cardin, "Mimi is an owl - Divertissement a la Bohème, supervised special by Maestro Ricardo Muti and "We will rock You - The musical", official musical by Queen & Ben Elton. On December 22, 2018 he released his first solo album "Freely Me"
Versatile artist, singer, actress, vocal coach, art director,
song writer, performer, creative. Constantly evolving artistic background
in all the performative fields of showbiz, from Theater to TV, Radio, Live Music, screenplay, Video clips. Established protagonist among the best Italian musicals, to name a few: We Will Rock You, chosen by Queen themselves, has the opportunity to share the stage with Brian May himself, Priscilla the queen of the desert, Romeo and Juliet. Love and change the world. Numerous national and international artistic collaborations with prestigious musicians, fashion houses, performance shows and as a creative. Charisma, professionalism, passion, research and a lot of madness characterize his personality and essence. A volcano of experiences and energy always at the forefront of art and all its beauty. The adrenaline of life travels on the infinite tracks of emotions.
Alessandro is a Rock Vintage singer, energetic and charismatic, with intimate and refined notes. His work is not limited to the stage but also expands to production, theater and entertainment performances. "Hair" and "A Christmas Carol" are just two of the many titles that have preceded Queen at the opera over time, giving shape to an already well-structured curriculum, with many more lines still ready to be written!
Luana Fraccalvieri was born in Altamura (BA) on 10/07/1996. She has had a passion for music and art since she was a child, in fact she began studying dance at the age of 3 and accordion at 10. At 15 he began studying singing and only a few months later, he participated in "Ti lascio una canzone", a Rai program hosted by Antonella Clerici. At the age of 18 he participated as a competitor in "Amici di Maria De Filippi" and later moved to Milan to continue his musical studies at the "MAS" academy of music show where he graduated three years later. At the same time he began to perform in various venues interest from northern Italy including "Gardaland". In 2019 she began her studies at the "Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory" in Milan and is currently one of the singers of the musical show "Queen at the Opera".
Giada Sabellico opera singer, carries out an intense concert activity both as a soloist and as a chorister in the Corso Novi Cantores of Frosinone. Protagonist of various important concerts in Italy and abroad, also exploring different musical styles: Arab music, Aamenco, from 2021 joins the cast of the rock-symphonic show "Queen at the Opera" interpreting, as solo soprano, some songs performed in the original version by the famous Montserrat Caballè.
Rock Blues guitarist. Son of art, born and raised in Sicily, he began studying the guitar at the age of 16. Subsequently he won a scholarship at F. Mussida's CPM and attended several seminars with one of the greatest representatives of the six strings in Italy and in the world. He has played with many artists and since moving to the capital (2014), he has started working in the world of musicals as lead guitarist in "Tesus Christ Superstar" with Ted Neeley, Peep Arrow production. Many other musicals followed in the following years including "We Will ROCK YOU" with Anastacia (Dutch tour 2018/2019). Today the artist is Roman singer-songwriter "Artì" busy with "Queen at the Opera".
Manuel Moscaritolo - Drummer, percussionist, composer and music producer. Born in Rome on 10/26/1989, he approaches drums and percussion at the age of 3. Subsequently, at the age of 12, he officially began his concert career and in the recording studio. Founding member, together with Ketty Passa and Marco Sergi, of the band KEMAMA, has collaborated and/or currently collaborates with: ANASTACIA, ALEX BRITTI, PIERDAVIDE CARONE, ANNA OXA, BABY K, MAX GAZZE, OMAR PEDRINI, DIODATO, PUNKREAS, ROY PACI , NOEMI, GHEMON & MECNA, VIRGINIO, ANTONIO MAGGIO, ANDY (BLUVERTIGO), GIULIA LUZI, ROBERTO ANGELINI, STEFANO DI BATTISTA, MOGOL, BARBARA COLA, ROBERTA BONANNO, MICOL ARPA ROCK, JULIA LENTI and many others.
Marco Pistone, born in 1990: bassist, composer, arranger.
Graduated in the three-year Popular Music of Electric Bass in 2015 at the Frosinone Conservatory, and in 2019 in the two-year specialization in Jazz at the Latina Conservatory. He has an intense musical activity that leads him to collaborate both live and in the studio with artists of very different musical backgrounds: Comemammamhafatto, John Macaluso, Nando Citarella, Stef Burns, Mogol, Gianmarco Carroccia, Ron, La Selezione, Federico Zampaglione, Ketty Passa , Renzo Rubino, E.B. Turner, Joe Bastianich, La Disfunzione, TBP, Cassandra, G.A.M.E., Mike Della Bella Project, Contaminata, RockUnPop.
Since 2022 he has been engaged in the Queen At The Opera show.
RICCARDO DI PAOLA
Musician, arranger, musical director and sound designer, he was born in Milan in 1984. He studied piano from an early age and after a rapid academic training he specialized in African-American music. Parallel to the study of the instrument, he developed a passion for orchestration practices and the use of information technology in the sound field. He therefore obtained a degree in Music Communication Sciences and Technologies at the University of Milan and a II level Academic Diploma in Musical Disciplines with a Jazz focus at the Verdi Conservatory in Milan. Equipped with multifaceted skills and creativity, he works in the most varied areas of the music world, with particular attention to the applied use of technology. As a session worker he has worked with Cristiano De André, Nina Zilli, Chiara Galiazzo, Lorenzo Fragola and many others, while in the theater he has been musical director in Paris in musicals such as Hairspray, Frankenstein Junior and Shrek, in Italy, he collaborates with the Compagnia della Rancia for the creation of the music of Frankenstein Junior, as arranger and orchestrator in Looking for Cinderella and as musical director in Grease and Cabaret. He was musical director for STM handling the musical production of the musicals Next To Normal and Green Day American Idiot.
Piero Gallo was born in Palermo and graduated in Piano, Composition and Conducting. Former professor in the Conservatories of Cagliari, Turin, Trapani and Cuneo in 1999 he took 1st place in the National Competition for chairs of Theory and Solfeggio; since then he has been teaching at the Frosinone Conservatory. He conducts the RAI Orchestra of Turin for the creation of the soundtrack of the Fiction "Where were you that night" with Kim Rossi Stuart. In 1990 he founded and directed the MAVRA Orchestra and Choir. With the Orchestra he won the 1st Absolute Prize at the Stresa International Competition, subsequently performing many concerts in various Italian cities. Leading numerous ensembles, he holds symphonic and opera concerts in many Italian cities (Rome, Bari, Genoa, Cagliari, Savona, Grosseto, Imperia, etc.) and abroad (Russia, France, Hungary, Romania, Switzerland, USA, Austria). He collaborates on a regular basis with important Eastern European Symphony Orchestras and in 2012 he performed Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother suite in the original 1970 version in various venues. Since 2019 he has directed the prestigious QATO Orchestra in the show QUEEN AT THE OPERA of which he is also the arranger of the orchestral parts that accompany the show. He has performed in Assisi, Rome, Tindari, Pescara, Sanremo, Florence and Genoa.
Prisca Amori began studying her musical instrument at the age of four, graduating from the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in violin and chamber music with full marks and winning several national and international competitions. His work experience spans all musical genres; he has collaborated with many Italian and foreign artists and has recorded over 300 soundtracks with the most important composers on the international music scene. Since 2010 he has held the role of first violin in the Orchestra Italiana del Cinema; for years he has been involved in orchestral coordination and stage management of more than 200 artists, as well as artistic management and production. After performing in 2015 as first violin in the show "Queen at The Opera", in 2022 he returns to his role ennobling the technical and artistic level of the show.
Artistic Director and Producer of Queen at the Opera
The passion for Queen was born on school benches, where he wrote the lyrics for the album Innuendo, leaving unaware traces of his future. Rock in the soul, but also classical music in the ears, generate the first seed of the future Simone Duncan. His first experiences were abroad where he became artistic director of the London Forum while studying business management. Production and art already coexist in a complex soul that hears a tone out of place with the left ear because the right is busy with other matters for an indispensable sold out. London by profession and Rome by optimism instinctively coexist in Simone's life who gave life to Rock City in the capital, but he also felt the swarming of opera arias within himself. The latest evolutions of the show that transform the panorama of musical theater allow it the gamble of Queen at The Opera. A choice that cost Simone ten years of work until his debut in 2015. In the heart, fixed, Freddie and his Queen. No film has yet celebrated their story. No musical has traveled the world on this media wave. Since then, the curtains have been drawn every evening, and at every stop, even when everything is against it, a crowd standing up singing and flooding him with his own identical love. A delirium that continues on social media where those who have been there once again share their enthusiasm. The show is in fact an experience, you can't hear it, you can't see it, it's just a collective participation that unites opera and rock, band and orchestra, artists and audience, the producer and the artistic director.
Flavia Chianese, born in Rome in 1988, graduated with honors in Political Science and International Relations at the Roma Tre University. She has been working in organizing events since she was very young, specializing in the management of congress events, but she also has experience in accounting and administration. He began collaborating with Simone Scorcelletti since the first editions of Rock City in 2007. He started his own entrepreneurial activity in 2016, launching a restaurant in the heart of the Garbatella district in Rome. From 2019 he returns alongside Simone Scorcelletti in Duncan Eventi, and follows the administrative, logistic and organizational aspects of the "Queen at The Opera" show.
Born in 1980, after the classical diploma he enrolled at the D.A.M.S of Bologna where he graduated five years later with a thesis on "German Expressionism and the Cinema of Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau".
In 2006 he enrolled in the NUCT (New International School of Cinema) and for two years he attended the film and television directing course in Rome having as teachers and professional figures of reference Giuseppe Lanci, Stefano Bessoni, Enzo G. Castellari, Leonardo Fiore, Francesco Fei and Joseph Lefevre.
He later participates as director or production assistant in important film productions.
Since 2018 he has dedicated himself to the Executive Production of independent television programs and cinematographic works, in addition to the successful collaboration with the opera concert: "Queen at the opera"