The Italian soprano, Eugenia Corrieri, graduated with honors in Singing in 1998 at Conservatorio di Vicenza under the guidance of Carmen Lavani. She is is dedicated to the specialized study of Renaissance and Baroque singing and early music performance from the beginning of her studies. She studied regularly with the tenor Gian Paolo Fagotto; she attended master-classes with well-known specialists in the field of early music like Gloria Banditelli, Patrizia Vaccari, Stefano Albarello, Claudine Ansermet, Laura Fabris, Sandro Naglia.
Eugenia Corrieri has participated in productions of the Istituto Laboratorio di Musica Antica di Pordenone curated by Francesco Tapella, Marco Mencoboni, Victor H. Coelho focused on solo vocal repertoires of the early 17th century Italian and English and Edoardo Bellotti and Ugo Nastrucci for the practice of diminution and improvisation; She has been selected for courses and concerts held by Maestro Michael Radulescu specifically the J.S. Bach repertoire.
Collaborates with Cantica Synphonia, Recercare Ensemble, Coenobium Vocale, Il Terzo Suono, Gruppo Musicale Italiano, Ensemble Sans Souci, and Schola Hadriensis, and she is a permanent memberr of Ensemble Oktoechos, Ensemble Alessandro Orologio, Oficina Musicum, Florilegio Ensemble and Chorus Beatorum, with which she performs regular concerts in Italy and abroad. She has recorded for Stradivarius, Arts, Toccata Classics.