Lisa Fiorani studied pop singing at the Saint Louis College of Music, where she studied vocal technique with Antonella De Grossi.

She participated as a singer and actress in numerous performances at the Teatro Gentile in Fabriano. In 2016 he joined Adriano Meliffi’s “Aco” project as a chorister and the vocal orchestra “Flowing Chords,” directed by M° Margherita Flore. In 2017 he performed with the “Cantautore” choir directed by M° Maria Grazia Fontana at Teatro Eliseo in collaboration with Cristian Ciccone, Attilio Fontana, Emiliano Reggente and Clizia Fornasier. He also performs at the Auditorium Parco Della Musica in Rome, Teatro Don Bosco in Fabriano, Cineteatro di San Filippo Neri in San Benedetto Del Tronto and Forte dei Borgia in Nepi with “Flowing Chords.” Collaborates on the recording of the EP “N” of “Aco” as a soloist and chorist.

In 2018 he joined the Saint Louis Pop Orchestra directed by M° Vincenzo Presta, with which he participated in “Jammin’ 2018” at the Auditorium Parco della Musica. With “Flowing Chords “he takes part in the Rai 1 program, “Domenica in,” in collaboration with M° Luigi Saccà’s orchestra.

In 2019, he participated as a chorister in Serena Brancale’s show “Vita da artista” at Teatro Eliseo in Rome, as a chorister and soloist in Diodato & Roy Paci’s show at Teatro Eliseo in Rome, under the direction of M° Vincenzo Presta, as a chorister in the show “A me m’ piace o’ blues” at Teatro Eliseo in Rome, under the direction of M° Beppe Vessicchio and with the participation of Tullio De Piscopo.

Lisa Fiorani