“When I was frustrated with persistent vocal fatigue after a day full of Zoom meetings, Lucia Cesaroni gave me a number of specific, actionable techniques to manage my voice, helping me sound more confident, more clear, and more professional. She had the expertise to see how I could project a more polished presence, and the warmth to help me feel excited about how I could grow."
“Lucia Cesaroni's experience on and off the stage and her willingness to share is essential for the development of the next generation of artists and creative thinkers. Her ability to be incredibly detail oriented while still thinking globally makes her uniquely positioned to contribute to our industry."
Founder and Artist Manager
“Lucia Cesaroni has an immense grasp of industry, vision, creativity and resilience. Above all, it is with her high interpersonal quotient that she triumphs in joining all of these in such a successful way.”
University of Toronto
Italian-Canadian soprano and Principal at Cesaroni Consulting, Lucia Cesaroni has established an international opera career, singing with companies in Italy, the U.S. and Canada. She has sung leading roles with The Canadian Opera Company, The Toronto Symphony, Vancouver Opera, Orchestra Nazionale della RAI Italia, Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi, Teatro Alighieri di Ravenna, Teatro Coccia di Novara, Opera North Carolina, Odyssey Opera Boston, The Ravinia Festival, Pacific Opera Victoria and the Vancouver Symphony. She holds a Masters in Music (Hons) from the University of Toronto as well as a post-graduate diploma from the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg-Augsburg in Germany. Living between Toronto, New York and Raiano, Italy, Lucia employs her skills and discipline as a performer as well as her international network to coach executives and teams at Salesforce, Everlane, Google, Forward Together as well as MBA students at Carleton University. She embodies the artist-entrepreneur, articulating the value of strategic creativity, art and artists outside of the arts.
Work As Performance.
Lucia as The Infanta at the George Enescu Festival, Romania (2021)
Lucia as Donna Anna at the Teatro Coccia di Novara, Italy (2017)