Marta Vandoni Iorio was born in Cremona and at early age she began to study piano
and after she focused on singing.
Her career as soloist began with the Orchestra Milano Classica conducted by Corrado
Rovaris and her debut is in the role of Bastienne in Bastien und Bastienne at Ticino
From 2001 to 2003 she attended the course for young singers at Accademia La Scala
studying with Leyla Gencer, Luis Alva, Luciana Serra, Teresa Berganza and Giovanna
During this two-year period she did her debut at Teatro alla Scala conducted by Riccardo
Muti in Le nozze di Figaro, directed by Giorgio Strehler, and in Iphigénie en Aulide,
directed by Yannis Kokkos; A midsummer night's dream by Mendelssohn, staged by George
Balanchine and conducted by Paul Connelly.
She won the first prize at the XI International Competition Giuseppe Di Stefano,
debuting the role of Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, conducted by Sebastiano Rolli
and Paul Hess, and directed by Francesco Micheli. After she took part to the production
of Carmen at Luglio Musicale Trapanese.
She won the XLII Competition Corale Verdi in Parma and had the opportunity to study
with Michel Pertusi. Always in Parma she performed Anna in Die Sieben Todsünden by
She took part to the opening concert of the Claudio Monteverdi Festival in Cremona.
Other roles of her repertoire are: Dalinda in Ariodante - Festival dei Due Mondi
in Spoleto (Alan Curtis, conductor and John Pascoe, director - DVD by Dynamic), and
at Bayerische Staatsoperconducted by Christopher Moulds; Monica in La Medium and
Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi in Cremona, Brescia, Como and Pavia, directed by Andrea
Cigni and conducted by Matteo Beltrami; Euridice in Orfeo ed Euridice at Ravenna
Festival, directed by Graham Vick and conducted by Claudio Astronio; Amital in La
Betulia liberata at Teatro Alighieri in Ravenna and at Festival in Salzburg, directed
by Marco Gandini and conducted by Riccardo Muti.