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Sara D'Ippolito Reichert

Sara Reichert
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Graduate Student, Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Sara d’Ippolito Reichert is an active performing artist, composer, and educator with musical influences that span many genres. Born into a multicultural and musical family, d'Ippolito grew up in Lamezia Terme (Calabria, Italy). She graduated in Classical Guitar Performance from the “Santa Cecilia” Conservatory of Music in Rome, Italy, under Arturo Tallini, after having studied with Marco Rossetti in Vibo Valentia. She has attended masterclasses with Roman Vlad, Sergio Assad, Enrico Pierannunzi, Rolf Lislevand, Nuccio D'Angelo, Duo Maccari-Pugliese, and Heiki Mätlik among others.

d'Ippolito has performed in numerous venues as a soloist and as part of ensembles. As a theater lover, she loves to collaborate in different productions. In 2010 she worked with Nicola Piovani as an on-stage musician in Shakespeare's play “Two Gentlemen of Verona”, adapted by Vincenzo Cerami, held at the Globe Theater of Rome. Other notable performances are in 2011 as a soloist in "Maria de Buenos Aires", Piazzolla’s tango opera presented by Danceworks Performance Company, the Milwaukee Opera Theatre, the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee dance department at Calvary Presbyterian Church. In 2015 she performed in the ballet “Giselle”, presented by Milwaukee Ballet at Marcus Center for the Arts. In 2023, she performed the concerto for two guitars and orchestra with the Orquesta Juvenil Universitaria Eduardo Mata (OJUEM) in Mexico City at the Sala Nezahualcóyotl.

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