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Soprano Chiara Isotton was born in 1985 in Belluno where she studied at the A. Miari Music School. After having brilliantly graduated from the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory in Venice, she continued her studies with William Matteuzzi and Roberto Scandiuzzi and attended the courses of the Accademia Chigiana with Renato Bruson in 2008 and in 2009 in Treviso the Masterclasses of Regina Resnik and Maria Chiara.
After being classified in numerous national competitions, in March 2013 she was among the winners of the Spoleto Competition which allowed her to perform in the Festival dei Due Mondi and make her debut in Tosca. In the same year she became part of the La Scala Academy where she will have the opportunity to make her debut in the theatre as  ,Sacerdotessa in Aida conducted by Zubin Mehta and Alisa in Lucia di Lammermoor conducted by Stefano Ranzani. In June 2015 she graduated from the Academy and in September she returned to Spoleto debuting Mimì in La bohème.
Among her concert engagements, her appearance at the Hermitage Music Festival in St. Petersburg, Rossini's Stabat Mater at the Auditorum of the Wiener Sängerknaben and some recitals in Korea alongside Renato Bruson. She has also performed in Hong-Kong, at the State Theater of New Brunswick (New Jersey), at the Teatro Grande in Brescia, in Al Ain, at the Bolshoi conducted by Tugan Sokhiev, at the Milan Conservatory and at the Carlo Felice in Genova in Mahler's IV Symphony conducted by Fabio Luisi.
Among her recent and future engagements the Gala Donizetti of Edita Gruberova with M. Armiliato, Giovanna in Rigoletto with Luisotti, Pisana in I due Foscari with Mariotti, Cintia in La cena delle beffe with C. Rizzi, Flora in Traviata with Chung e Geltrude in Hänsel und Gretel with M. Albrecht, all the above mentioned at Teatro alla Scala,  ,La Medium in Modena, the debuts in Verdi Requiem in Baku and at LNOBT in Vilnius and in Il Trovatore in Sassari, Margherita in  ,Mefistofele at Theatre du Capitole in Toulouse, Tosca in Nagoya, at La Fenice at NNTT in Tokyo, Piacenza and at Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Dama in Macbeth at La Scala, Elisabetta in Don Carlos in Marseille, Fedora at Teatro alla Scala and at the Met in New York, the debut in Suor Angelica in Verona and Tokyo, at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin in 7 Deaths of Maria Callas, as Fiora in L’amore dei tre re and Maddalena in Andrea Chenier at La Scala, Minnie in La fanciulla del West in Lyon, Medea in Toronto, the debut in Don Carlo at the Royal Danish Opera.