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Valentina Fin is an italian singer and composer. She distinguishes herself through her mastery across various musical realms including jazz, improvisation, and Renaissance and Baroque repertoire. Graduating with honors from the Vicenza Conservatory, she has further honed her craft through prolific concert performances and the production of eight acclaimed albums. Her collaborative ventures extend to esteemed artists such as pianist Stefano Battaglia, saxophonists Pietro Tonolo, Rossano Emili, and Robert Bonisolo.

Valentina Fin embarked on her musical journey at the age of 13, delving into vocal technique under the tutelage of Maestro Roberto Clerici at the Accademia del Canto in Arzignano (VI). Her passion for jazz led her to the Thelonious School of Music in Vicenza, where she not only studied but now imparts her knowledge as a jazz singing teacher. Pursuing her formal education, she pursued a bachelor's degree in Jazz Singing at the Conservatorio Arrigo Pedrollo in Vicenza, culminating in her graduation with top honors on February 22, 2017. Within the walls of the conservatory, she delved into choral singing and piano, under the guidance of esteemed mentors including Paolo Birro, Salvatore Maiore, Mauro Beggio, Michele Calgaro, Pietro Tonolo, and Francesca Bertazzo Hart. Simultaneously, she pursued a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Conservation and Management of Cultural Heritage at the University of Trento, along with a Master's degree in Arts Management at the Sole24Ore Business School in Milan, broadening her horizons and enriching her understanding of the cultural landscape.

Valentina has enriched her musical expertise through participation in master classes and courses led by renowned figures such as Norma Winstone, Sheila Jordan, Diana Torto, Amy London, Roberto Dani, Elisabetta Antonini, and Barry Harris. Her dedication to mastering various musical forms led her to take opera singing lessons under Alberto Spadarotto and saxophone lessons under Ettore Martin.

Exploring the realm of contemporary classical vocal repertoire, she studied under the guidance of Cristina Zavalloni. In collaboration with pianist Stefano Battaglia at the Siena Jazz Academy, Valentina participated in the "Laboratori Permamenti di improvvisazione libera" in 2021, where she contributed to setting Serbian performer Marina Abramovich's artist manifesto to music in a sextet. This collaboration culminated in the recording of an album in October 2021, published for Aut Records in 2023.

In December 2020, Valentina, alongside Augusto Dalle Aste, co-founded Bacàn, a cultural association focusing on sustainable and culturally innovative production in contemporary music.

In 2023, she  completed her Master's degree in Jazz Singing at the Pedrollo Conservatory in Vicenza, and she is currently in the first year of the two-year academic program in Renaissance and Baroque Singing.


She graces the stages of numerous prestigious Italian and international jazz festivals, including Vicenza Jazz, JazzMI, Jazz Area Metropolitana, Veneto Jazz, Fara Music Festival, Festival dei Conservatori Italiani, Jazz Juniors, Sibiu Jazz Festival, Europa Fest, Nisville Jazz Festival, Riga Jazz Stage, XX Visioon Festival (Tallinn), and Rigas Ritmi Festival.

In 2022, her talent garnered recognition as she clinched the Tomorrow's Jazz award at Veneto Jazz and secured the second prize at Riga Jazz Stage. These accolades propelled her onto her inaugural European tour, showcasing her original compositions. Throughout the summer of 2022, she mesmerized audiences at esteemed venues including Rigas Ritmi Festival, Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club (London), XX Visioon Festival (Tallinn), Women for Freedom in Jazz (Venice), and Il Jazz Italiano per le terre del sisma (L'Aquila). January 2023 marked a milestone as she unveiled her debut album 'A chi Esita' as both singer and composer, released under Egea Distribution.

In 2022, she earns the distinction of being chosen as a mentee for Sewem - Sino-European Women Entrepreneurs in Music, an esteemed European Union mentorship program aimed at nurturing young female entrepreneurs and musicians within the music industry. Building on this success, in 2023, she is further recognized for her expertise as she is selected as a mentor in the ECSA-AEC Mentorship Programme 2022-2023. This program, dedicated to fostering the growth of female composers and songwriters, is co-funded by the European Commission's Creative Europe program and jointly organized by ECSA (European Composer and Songwriter Alliance), AEC (European Association of Conservatoires), and ENJ (European Jazz Network).

In 2023, she had the opportunity to undertake two artistic residencies and develop two new projects: Cohors, which merges jazz and early music and was also the recipient of the Nuova Generazione Jazz 2024 award, and Rodari Connection, a project supported by the Production Center of Novara Jazz.

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