Pianist Elettra Aurora Pomponio was born in 1995 in Turin, Italy.
She began her piano lessons at the age of four with Silvia Faregna in Turin, Italy.
At five years old, she gave her first live performance on television.
At the early age of nine she was accepted to “G. Verdi Conservatory”, from where she graduated with honors from the studio of professor Bruno Bosio in 2015.
In 2017 she earned the Master of Music degree, in piano performance with the focus on chamber music from the studio of professor Bruno Bosio.
From 2015 to 2017 she also studied at the Pinerolo Music Academy with Maestro Pietro De Maria.
She has participated in numerous musical initiatives of the Suzuki School and at several national and international competitions.
In 2003 she won 3rd prize at the Marco Fortini international piano competition.
In 2004 she won 2nd prize at the XVI National Competition for young pianists “Terzo Musica-Valle Bormida”.
In 2004 she won 2nd prize at the 4th Regional Competition of Musical Execution “Young Interpreters”.
In 2005 she won 2nd prize at the Marco Fontini international piano competition.
In 2005 she won absolute 1st prize at the 5th Regional Competition of Musical Execution “Young Interpreters”.
In 2008 she won the 1st prize at the “Piano Review Cav. Davide Vignolo” international piano competition.
In 2008 she won 2nd prize at the National Competition “Giorgio and Aurora Giovannini”
In 2010 she won 1st prize at the “Piano Review Cav. Davide Vignolo” international piano competition.
She is widening her knowledge with world renown professors such as Benedetto Lupo, Enrico Pace, Fabio Bidini, Andrea Lucchesini, Lucille Chung and Alessio Bax.
As an active performer, Elettra Pomponio gives several recitals as a soloist as well as a chamber musician. Her recent debuts include an evening organized for the UGI, evening dedicated to the best graduates of the year, evening for the Lions Club of Turin. She performed with orchestra of the “G. Verdi “at the prestigious” Lingotto “hall in Turin and at the inauguration of the” Perosi festival “in Tortona.
She collaborates with outstanding musicians such as members of the Escher quartet, flutist Giacomo Federico Pomponio, Giuseppe Massaria and many others.
In 2016 she won a scholarship by participating in the “Talenti Musicali” competition organized by the CRT Foundation.
Currently she is finishing her Performance Diploma at SMU, Meadows School of The Arts at the studio of Joacquin Achucarro.