An avid and passionate chamber music player Ms. Ciarla enjoys playing in different ensembles. Listen to Oblivion by Astor Piazzolla with Sound Impact (Matthew Roitstein, Flute; Elizandro Garcia-Montoya, Clarinet; Rebecca Jackson, Violin; Eliza Cho, Violin; Tiffany Richardson, Viola; Danielle Cho, Cello)
Especially dear to Ms. Ciarla is the duo project she created with violin and harp featuring her own exquisite arrangements of Opera Arias. Along with showcasing timeless melodies from some of the most beloved operas, Giuseppina's arrangements expose the listener to the role of the harp in opera repertoire. She explains and guides the listener through the complex and charming dialogue between the voice and the unique timbre of the harp. Ms. Ciarla enjoys performing with different violinists, flutists and other chamber music ensembles in the States and throughout Europe.
Ms. Ciarla has been principal harpist with the Sarasota Opera since 2002 and has performed a vast array of opera and symphonic repertoire ranging from Puccini and Verdi to Wagner and Strauss. In 2010 Ms. Ciarla made her debut as Principal harpist with the Orchestra of Teatro Petruzzelli in her native Bari, Italy in a production of Swan Lake with the Bolshoi Ballet. During her tenure with the orchestra she was featured as a soloist on Mozart’s flute and harp concerto and collaborated in symphonic, opera and ballets with such notable conductors as Lorin Maazel, Stephan Anton Reck, Roberto Abbado and Daniel Oren, among others. A sensitive and experienced orchestra player Ms. Ciarla regularly performs with the Sarasota Orchestra, Florida Orchestra and the Punta Gorda Symphony.
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