Graduated in piano with Marylene Mouquet, Mirca Rosciani obtained her master diploma as coach from the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia in Rome. Ms. Rosciani then specialized in important academies in Paris, Nice (Conservatoire National à Rayonnement Régional de Nice) and in Osimo, where she graduated from the Accademia Lirica. From 1999 she is accompanist at the Rossini Opera Festival and from 2006 at the Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro, collaborating with Alberto Zedda. Ms. Rosciani regular collaborates also with Teatro della Fortuna in Fano, Opera Giocosa in Savona, Festival Pergolesi Spontini in Jesi and with singers as Luciana Serra, Raina Kabaivanska, Lella Cuberli, Nicola Alaimo, Jessica Pratt, Michael Spyres. From 2011 Ms Rosciani is choirmaster of the Teatro della Fortuna in Fano and Artistic Directory of the same in the network of the Marche opera circuit. With the choir she has produced masterpieces like Sinfonia 9 of Beethoveen, Carmina Burana, Carmen, Rigoletto, TeDeum of Dvorak, L’Elisir D’Amore, The Petite Messe Solennelle, Il Barbiere di Siviglia , Die Zauberflöte , in 2016 she made her debut at the Rossini Opera Festival as a Choirmaster in “Turco in Italia”. From 2002 she has being teaching at the Accademia Lirica in Osimo and at the “Accademia Lirica per il Belcanto Voci del Montefeltro” in Novafeltria. In 2010 Ms Rosciani was invited by Larissa Ghergieva at the Opera Academy of the Mariinskiy Theatre in St.Petersburg to teach Italian lyric repertoire. In 2014 she collaborated as accompanist and repetiteur for Mozart repertoire at the Centre de Perfeccionament “Placido Domingo” in Valencia. He studied direction of orchestra with Daniel Agiman and debuted in 2013 Firenze. In 2015 she directs the Petite Messe Solennelle by G. Rossini in Fano, followed in 2016 Stabat Mater by Pergolesi in Pesaro and Osimo with replication and debut “Sala Accademica” of Conservatory of Santa Cecilia to great public acclaim and critic. She directs Carmina Burana C. Orff for the Festival Pergolesi Spontini, Gloria by A. Vivaldi with the Polizia di Stato Choir at the Teatro La Fenice in Osimo,the Juditha Triumphans by A.Vivaldi with Orchestra Sinfonica Rossini in “Vetruvio 3.0 festival”. Mirca Rosciani started her collaboration with Angelo Gabrielli in 2013, accompanying his master classes and the musical activities of the “Appennino InCanto” Festival.