Antonella De Grossi



Antonella De Grossi sings from the age of four. She was the leading voice of formations such as Lapsus and Biglie loose; several times solo voice in the Red Trombe orchestra conducted by Massimo Nunzi.

As a chorister, she participated in television broadcasts under the guidance of Masters P. Vessicchio, P. Caruso, P. Pirazzoli and has collaborated with various artists.

In 2000, she co-leadered, alongside Marco Siniscalco, "Partenope", a musical research project of music pieces of the Neapolitan tradition.

In 2008, she was the creator with S. Quarta, M. Lazzaro and Fr. Ranieri of "Cantemimì", a tribute to the artist Mia Martini. For years she has been one of the most influential teachers of vocal technique.
Mia Martini's music at the Eliseo Theater.

In June 2013 his first book was published "Il mio canto libero (My free song)”For the Saint Louis DOC teaching series.
Since 11 March 2020 she has become the owner of the European Union trademark for the METODO TRASVERSO ® (TRANSVERSE METHOD ®).