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Letizia Elsa Maulà

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Letizia Elsa Maulà is an Italian clarinet player from Bergamo; graduated in her hometown and then specialized in Trento (Italy) with Lorenzo Guzzoni.

In 2014 Letizia entered the Master program at the Conservatorium Van Amsterdam with Arno Piters and with Julien Hervé at the Codarts conservatory in Rotterdam, where she has been part of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra Academy.

Letizia is a flexible chamber music and orchestra player. She has been member of the Santa Cecilia Academy Youth Orchestra in Rome (2011-2012), Netherlands Youth Orchestra (2015), Nederland Studenten Orkest (2017). Letizia has been in the Reserve List of Verbier Music Festival (2014), Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival (2013-2014-2016), Baltic Sea Philharmonic Orchestra (2015) and Gergiev Festival Orchestra (2016). For the Season 2017-2018 Letizia was Academist at the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale RAI in Turin. She is regularly invited to perform in various orchestras in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Italy: La Monnaie Opera Theater, Brussels Philharmonic, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Sinfonia Rotterdam, Radio Philharmonisch Orkest, Mannheimer Philharmoniker, Orchestra Filarmonica Rossini, Orchestra da Camera di Prato, Orchestra del Teatro Regio of Turin, Orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali in Milan and Opera Theatre Orchestra in Bari.

In the chamber music field, Letizia has been part of different ensembles since the beginning of her career: in 2010 member of the woodwind quintet: “Quintetto Indaco” and in 2014 as part of the “Ensemble Sequenza”.

Her Dutch chamber music career started in 2015 as member of the in Rotterdam based woodwind quintet “Quintet Les Cinq”, which got to the final of “Grote Kamermuziekprijs”.

In 2016 Letizia was selected for a collaboration with “Gould Piano Trio”.

For the season 2016/2017 Letizia was member of the Rotterdam based ELLE Trio, focused on the project “women in music”, which got to the final in “Grote Kamermuziekprijs” in 2017. The season 2017/2018 was Letizia selected with a scholarship to play with the violinist Lukas Hagen and the pianist Andrea Lucchesini. Letizia is a member of the “Rotterdam Chamber Music Society”.

Since 2021 Letizia has been invited as coach and young professional at the Rome chamber music festival organized by the violinist Robert McDuffie.

Letizia is also involved in contemporary music: recently she is part of the project “Off the Carousel” sponsored by Gaudeamus, where she is part of the creations of the Composer and pianist Rembrandt Frierich.

In addition to her music career, Letizia is also an activist for human rights and feminism: she is part of ReteDonne (the Italian professional women abroad), collaborating with various social and political organizations through Europe. 

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