Stephanie Praduroux, born in 1984 in Aosta, begins to study piano at the age of six and then clarinet, graduating in 2002 from the Istituto Musicale Pareggiato in Aosta. Her passion for music brings her to Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Milan, where she studies composition and orchestral conducting in the class of M.o Parisi, earning her master degree in 2010 with full marks.
She has also attended courses at Accademia Chigiana under the guidance of M.o Gelmetti, and masterclasses with Jorma Panula, Emmanuel Siffert, Manfred Huss, Alexis Hauser, Misha Katz and Jorge Perez Gomez. In collaboration with M.o Gomez she takes part to a “non degree” project at the University of New Mexico where she has been invited as guest conductor for symphony and opera.
She has collaborated with orchestras like Kronstadt Philarmoniker, UNM Orchestra, Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, Conservatorio di Milano Orchestra, Ritratti ensemble, Pomeriggi Musicali. In 2011 she has been semifinalist at Blue Danube Opera International Conducting Competition. She has worked at the project Sinfonica-
At present she is chief conductor of Orchestre du Conservatoire de la Vallee d’Aoste. In addition she collaborates with the Ensemble Mont Rose, a women orchestra proposing works of female composers, also world premiered, with the aim to underline their historic-
Among the opera titles she has conducted are: La serva padrona, L’elisir d’amore, Voix Humaine, Madama Butterfly, Suor Angelica and Le Villi, Aida.