Giovanna Famuari is a cellist, pianist and singer. A graduate of the Conservatory of Trieste, an eclectic musician, artistic and music producer and arranger, her repertoire ranges from classical music to many other musical genres including jazz and pop. She collaborates with various artists in recording and theater projects. With Ron she has recorded two CDs and participated in his numerous tours. He has been collaborating for many years with Tosca as a producer, arranger and musician, and with her he produced and arranged “The Sound of Voice” and “Musical Notes from the World.” Recently, they are touring together in “Morabeza in Teatro world tour.” She collaborates with Mimmo Locasciulli, with whom she has taken care of the strings on his latest works; with Mario Castelnuovo; with Gege Telesforo, for whom she recorded a song for his latest album; with Luca Barbarossa, who hosted her on his latest CD “Duets”; with Mogol, for whom she took care of the strings on the CD “New Era.” She counts collaborations with artists such as Letizia Gambi and Lenny White, Mario Biondi, Francesco Renga, Niccolò Fabi, with Gabriele Mirabassi, Antonello Salis, Marcello Rosa, and Max Jonata. He has recorded for musician Theo Teardo. He played with James Taylor on Luca Barbarossa’s radio program “Social Club.” He collaborates with American singer-songwriter Marcus Eaton with whom he participated in the latest CD produced by David Crosbie. She has participated in several theater productions with Peter Stein, Nicola Piovani, Alessandro Haber, Lina Wertmuller, Maddalena Crippa, Rocco Papaleo, Maria Paiato, Massimo Venturiello, Hermann Vaske, and Massimo Popolizio. The only Italian artist, she was part of the exhibition event “Why are you creative?” at the Museum für Kommunikation in Berlin. She was first cello in the RAI orchestra in various productions. She recently won the “Aila progetto Donna” award for the music section. She won the Tenco plaque by taking part in the project “La voce del padrone – un adattamento gentile.”