Guglielmo Buonsanti started his musical studies in Vicenza with Margherita Dalla Vecchia. Enthusiastic about improving his music skills, he continued studying Organ and Composition at the Conservatory of Music of Vicenza, until he finally began taking singing lessons with Lia Serafini, Marco Scavazza, Walter Testolin and Baltazar Zuniga. In February 2010 he graduated in Musicology at the University of Pavia in Cremona. In February 2015 he obtained a master degree in Renaissance and Baroque singing led by Patrizia Vaccari and Lia Serafini at the Conservatory of Music of Vicenza. In April 2016 he completed a master diploma in 'Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies' (AVES) held by Anthony Rooley and Evelyn Tubb at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel.
He attended various masterclasses with significant musicians and conductors, such as Diego Fratelli, Roberto Gini, Ton Koopman, Christopher Hogwood, Christopher Stanbridge, Roy Godmann, Alfredo Bernardini, Michael Radulescu, Sara Mingardo, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Pedro Memelsdorff.
He regularly works with many ensembles, choirs and orchestras, such as De labyrintho (W. Testolin), Concerto Italiano (R. Alessandrini), La Cetra Barockorchester & Vokalensemble (A. Marcon), Ghislieri Choir & Consort (G. Prandi), Cantar Lontano (M. Mencoboni), Il Canto d’Orfeo (G. Capuano), Cantica Symphonia (G. Maletto), Costanzo Porta (A. Greco), Ricercare Ensemble (R. Adami), Odhecaton (P. Da Col), Ensemble Micrologus (P. Bovi).
In addition, he’s a co-founder of the RossoPorpora Ensemble, an ensemble composed of young musicians, specialized in Renaissance and Baroque vocal repertoire, in particular a key musical component of the Renaissance period, the Madrigals. As well, he’s a member of Dramatodia, an ensemble directed by Alberto Allegrezza, whose aim is to re-evaluate important pieces of both vocal and theatrical Renaissance and Baroque Italian repertoire.

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