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Born in Rome in 1997, Misia graduated from the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome with the highest marks, honours and honourable mention and in 2018 obtained a second level degree in chamber music from the Conservatorio Arrigo Boito in Parma with the highest marks and honours and honourable mention.

She pursued her violin studies with M. Fiorini, O. Semchuk, K. Milas and P. Berman, and has further perfected them with M. Quarta, F. Ayo, D. Schwarzberg, M. Sirbu, N. Prishepenko and A. Moccia. 

Misia is a founding member of the Quartetto Werther, winner of the Franco Abbiati Prize, the Piero Farulli Prize 2020, as well as the Third Prize at the 20th edition of the International Chamber Music Competition Trio di Trieste and First Prize at the Alberto Burri Competition 2019. The intense concert activity of the Quartet includes performances at important institutions such as the Moscow International House of Music, the Teatro la Fenice di Venezia, the Società Umanitaria di Milano, the Unione Musicale di Torino, the Bologna Festival, the Accademia Filarmonica Romana, the Teatro Ristori di Verona and others.

She currently attends the Master Specialised Soloist course at the Music Academy Basel under the  tutelage of Rainer Schmidt, supported by the Associazione De Sono. Her final concert for the Master Performance degree in 2022 won an award for the best exam of the year. With the quartet she graduated from the Accademia di Santa Cecilia with highest marks, praise and a special mention for exceptional chamber music skills.

Misia has won numerous national and international competitions such as the Luigi Nono, Annarosa Taddei, Dinu Lipatti, Premio Crescendo and Anemos competitions, and she continues to have an intense concert activity. She was invited by Bruno Giuranna to be a jury member for the string quartet competition Premio Farulli in 2020. 

She plays a F. Guadagnini violin from 1928. 

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