Damiana Natali conductor, composer, pianist. She starts playing the piano at the age of 5, holds the first piano concerts at the age of 7, gets on the podium for the first time at the age of 15 and begins to teach at 18.
Since then with passion, talent and a lot of study, she continues to be a guest on international stages.
She graduated in main piano and traditional composition by attending the two main Italian conservatories "Verdi" in Turin and Milan.
She specialized in orchestral conducting at the Fiesole School, at the Chigiana in Siena, at the Academy of Pescara. Her career was formed following and learning in the main theaters with the best sticks including Sawallisch, Prêtre, Frühbeck de Burgos, Muti, Renzetti, Pappano, the latter, at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome and at the Royal Opera House in London. For years she has been conducting an intense activity as an orchestra conductor in Italy and abroad with her own original and determined personality, sparking interest in TV, media, audience, institutions.
Among the prizes and acknowledgments at an international level, the Scriabin Award, the International Federation of Business and Professional Women Award, the prestigious Venere d’Argento. She have founded the Ars Armonica Orchestra and made thousands of hours of music and hundreds of concerts, funding charitable projects and scholarships for young talents. Damiana’s compositions have been broadcast by the Rai and Mediaset networks and in Mondovisione. Among these Soffio di Luce, composed in 2001 for Pope John Paul II and chosen to represent the Adkins Chiti International Foundation on over 120 compositions from all over the world and the opera Dona Pacem for Chorus, Soloists and Orchestra broadcast on Rai 5 in 2021.