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   Sonia Bergamasco
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Biography
After studying the piano at the Milan Conservatory, she enrolled in Giorgio Strehler’s Drama School.
In 1990 she made her debut playing Beatrice in the ‘Arlecchino dei giovani’ directed by Giorgio Strehler. She then worked with Massimo Castri, Glauco Mauri,Giancarlo Cobelli and Theodoros Terzopoulos.
During a year and a half of research with Carmelo Bene, she played the Fairy in the last theatrical and televised production of Pinocchio.
In the summer of 2001 she played and directed ‘Sleepless days’, a monologue from the story entitled The Thirtieth Year by Ingeborg Bachmann.
In 1996 the magazine ‘Poesia’, published by Nicola Crocetti, published some of her poems that were to become the "silloge scenica" for the performance-concert entitled The Child Orpheus which she directed and performed in. The first performance took place in December 2003.
After a first experience with movies in 1994, with the short film D'estate directed by Silvio Soldini, in the year 2000 she played the leading role in the film L'amore probabilmente directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci. In 2002 her performance in the film "La meglio gioventù" directed by Marco Tullio Giordana, won her a Nastro d’Argento Award.
In the autumn of 2004, directed by Liliana Cavani she played Alcide de Gaspari’s wife in the homonymous film made for television.
Her theatrical and cinematographic work intensified and mixed with her musical work as an actress-singer.
In 2005 she recorded Recitarsonando, for voice and piano (ed. Raitrade) while her recording of Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire dates back to 1997 (ed. Arts).
 
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.Salvatore Bonafede