Rosanna D’Agnillo is a musician, writer and teacher. She completed her Master of Arts at the University of Calgary, then relocated to San Francisco, where she trained with Karl Lindemann, the last protege of Puccini’s leading soprano, Rosa Raisa, and David Jones in New York. Discography includes two albums as lead vocalist of the group Liata, two albums of meditation materials, an album of Sacred Aria accompaniment for vocal students, and dozens of musical compositions published in TV/film around the world. Rosanna has been featured on dozens of radio stations world wide as well as on television. She travels the festival circuit throughout North America and Europe and is often seen in classical recital or solo performance.

After having her second child, Rosanna relocated back to Calgary, to be closer to her family. Now she sings, writes and teaches voice, piano and mindfulness meditation to children, adults and corporations. She is an advocate for mothers who are musicians via the umbrella group Rocking Moms.

Her extensive vocal repertoire includes classical mezzo-soprano and soprano works, folk music from Italy, Spain and France, Russia, South America and more, as well as romantic jazz and singer-songwriter acoustic folk with a quirky global twist. Rosanna has been featured on dozens of radio stations world wide as well as on television. She travels the festival circuit throughout North America and Europe and is often seen in classical recital or solo performance.

Rosanna has produced several courses about audio engineering, and does extensive corporate / technical / fictional voiceover work.  Her books include End Insomnia & Sleeping Problems Without Drugs and Why is Poo Brown? 100 Questions Kids Really Ask (now available for pre-order). Rosanna also teaches secular mindfulness meditation to children, adults, sports teams and other interested groups in Calgary and the surrounding area. Click here to learn more at Calgary Mindfulness.>>