Aloisia de Nardis was born in L'Aquila on May 3, 1999. From an early age she undertook musical studies at the "Alfredo Casella" Conservatory of L'Aquila starting the study of the oboe and the piano. In 2021 he graduated with 110 cum laude from the three-year academic year of opera singing at the same conservatory, in the class of Antonella Cesari. She was then admitted to the "Gioachino Rossini" Conservatory in Pesaro, in the class of Agatha Bienkowska, where she is currently attending the two-year academic year.
Among others she perfected with Gemma Bertagnolli, for the baroque repertoire, Mariella Devia, Anna Pirozzi, Roberto Servile, for the lyrical repertoire, and with the conductor Fabrizio Ventura, on the interpretation of Mozart.
As an opera singer she appeared in the short film, shot at the Teatro Caniglia in Sulmona, "The forgotten rose", directed by Carla Di Ilio, awarded at the Florence Film Awards.
He actively cultivates the sacred repertoire, with numerous concerts in this area, among others, at the Basilica of San Bernardino and the Church of Santa Maria del Suffragio dell'Aquila, the Cathedral of San Giuseppe di Vasto, the Cathedral of Montalto delle Marche ( as part of the celebrations for the anniversary of Pope Sisto V), as well as various other churches in Abruzzo, as part of the Abruzzo Organ Festival of the "Riccitelli" Concert Society
Among the operatic productions, there is his participation in Mozart's Magic Flute (2018) and Don Giovanni (2019) made as part of the festival I cantieri dell'Immaginario dell'Aquila (organized by the Teatro Stabile d'Abruzzo). In 2021 she was admitted to the Operastudio del Molise with the role of Gilda, Giovanna and the Countess of Ceprano for the productions of Rigoletto at the Teatro Savoia in Campobasso, under the guidance of Nicola Ziccardi and Bianca Tognocchi._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_
Among the further participations in 2021: the multimedia project of the Marrucino Theater and the Abruzzese Symphony Institution “12 times 12. Beethoven, singing a selection from Beethoven's Fidelio, and a baroque chamber concert, for the feast of Santa Cecilia, at the Rossini Museum in Pesaro.
In 2019 she was admitted to the Cantoria of the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome, with which she sang Vivaldi's Gloria, and Banchieri's Shrove Thursday feast, under the guidance of excellent masters such as Roberto Gabbiani, Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz and Giuseppe Sabbatini .
In 2021 he reached the Final of the "Tullio Serafin" International Competition at the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza. In June of the same year he won the first prize in the "Alfredo Casella" competition at the Auditorium Paper Concert Hall in L'Aquila. In 2022 he won the second prize in the "Voce d'angelo" competition of the Parma Lirica Cultural Circle.