About

 

Odilia Liuzzi was born in Italy. Even as a child, she revealed a strong artistic inclination.

Photographer, writer, professor of Italian, English and Technology, begins to attain various literary and photographic prizes and awards at national and international. She exhibited her photographic works in solo and group exhibitions in Milan, Verona, Rovereto, Trento, Brescia, Lecce, Alexandria, Rome, Padova, Caserta, Naples, Florence and abroad in America, under the masterful art direction of the curators Roberto Ronca, Elena Ferrari, Paolo Feroce, Ilaria Pergolesi, Noemi Silvera, Maria Grazia Todaro, Claudio Miani, Paolo Vitale, Joan Alpheus, Kristina Snajder.

She was creator and director of the National Poetry Competition “A Beating of Wings” between 2006 and 2008 and pioneer of European Culture in 1996.

She worked for short periods in theater to represent some of the most important Italian and foreign comedies.

In 1998 was published and officially presented her first anthology of poems, “Notes of Shadows”.

From 2013 she began her activity as a first soprano. She studies and performs songs specifically opera, helping to keep alive the tradition of Italian opera among the general public. Plays Verdi, Puccini, Donizetti, Mascagni, Bellini, Rossini and complete operas such as Nabucco, Lucia di Lammermoor, La Gioconda, La Traviata, L’Elisir D’Amore, La Boheme, Il Trovatore, Norma, La Forza del Destino, is represented in the form of show that in concert form.

Attracted by the magic of art in its many different forms, approaching quickly from the world of photography which remains fascinated. Gets numerous acclaim from audiences, participating in exhibitions of contemporary art, working with newspapers and websites that specialize in this field. Several times she is reported in the most important challenge in terms of digital photography at the International level.

At the moment she is also working with numerous museums in Italy and abroad to create photo projects set in historical contexts.

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