Eleonora Pacetti

Professional Experience – Music Organisation
Director of the Young Artist Program – Teatro dell’Opera di Roma.
Direction of the first YAP in Rome involving singers, pianists, creative teams and composers.

2021/2022 Professor of “Theater Management” at the “Arts and culture management” specialization course of the Rome Business School
2012/2015 Casting Manager – Teatro Petruzzelli e Teatri di Bari. Choice of conductors and singers for the opera season. Negotiation of fees and follow-up for the productions.
2010/2011 Manager of International Projects – Opera Studio of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna.
2009 Casting Assistant, Project and Tour Manager for a co-production (Carmen) between the Teatro alla Scala and the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra with Gustavo Dudamel, Caracas.
2008/2009 Assistant to the Artistic Coordinator and Casting Manager – Teatro alla Scala, Milano.
2008 Research on the economic plan for the use of resources in international funding schemes – UNESCO (Culture Sector/Diversity of Cultural Expressions), Paris.

Professional Experience – Coaching for Singers
2022 Publication of my first book: “Auditions for Opera Singers”
2016/2020 “Young artists career coaching” professor at the Music Faculty of the Univeristy of Bucarest, Romania Masterclasses on career consulting, preparation of the auditions and repertoire for young professionals (Atelier d’Excellence; Warsaw Opera Studio; Fondazione Pergolesi-Spontini; Palazzo Pesce, etc.)
2015 – current Coach for the “Fabbrica” Young Artist Program at Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
2011/2013 Language Coach for the Baroque Academy of the Centre Culturel de rencontre, Ambronay.
Coach for the opera Egisto by Cavalli at the Opéra Comique, Paris.
Language Coach for the Juan Diego Flórez CD (Decca Classics) and the Nino Machaidze CD (Sony Music), Bologna.
2009/2010 Masterclass on Italian Pronunciation and repertoire for professional singers organised by the AFDAS (French State Agency for Culture and Education), Paris.
Coach for the French operas staged at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna.
2007/2009 Italian Coach for the ensemble Le Poème Harmonique, Paris.
Italian Coach for professional singers (Italian pronunciation, phonetics and analysis of Italian librettos) – Le Laboratoire de la Voix, Paris.

2013/2014 Board Academy: state-sponsored training course organized by Deloitte preparing
1000 women, selected by merit by the Government of Italy, for the participation in
the boards.
2008 Master’s Degree in Music Management – Bocconi Business School, Milano.
2005 Ten year Degree in Piano (mark: 10/10 with honours) – National Conservatoire G.B. Martini, Bologna.
2004-2005 Two year solo and symphonic choir singing course – Academy of Music in Fiesole, Firenze.
2004-2005 Private piano Postgraduate studies with Lazar Berman, Firenze.
2004 Piano Postgraduate studies with Andrzej Jasinski – Universität Mozarteum, Salzburg.
2002 Diploma in History of Music (mark: 10/10) and Diploma in Composition and Harmony (mark: 9, 50/10) – National Conservatoire P. Mascagni, Livorno.
2002 High School Diploma (mark 100/100) – F.Cecioni Scientific High School, Livorno.

Other positions
2013/2022 Jury member in international singing competitions.
Moniuszko Competition, Warsaw – Poland
72° Concorso AsLiCo for young opera singers, Como
The International Grand Prix of Romania, “Success” 2020 – Romania
71° Concorso AsLiCo for young opera singers, Como
Hong Kong International Operatic Singing Competition, Hong Kong
The International Grand Prix of Romania Virginia Zeani, Targu Mures – Romania
International Auditions NYIOP 2018, Rome
Concorso lirico internazionale Ottavio Ziino, Rome
Concorso Voci Verdiane, Haikou – China
Concorso Flaviano Labò, Piacenza
Concorso Lirico Salice d’Oro, Salice Terme
Moscow House of Opera, Moscow
Concorso Europeo per Giovani Cantanti Lirici, Spoleto
International Auditions NYIOP 2016, London
Concorso Umberto Giordano, Foggia
Concorso Marcello Giordani, Taormina
International Auditions NYIOP 2014, London
International Auditions NYIOP 2013, London
International Auditions NYIOP 2013, Florence