Corale Goriziana C.A. seghizzi


  • Antonella Buccheri
  • Donata Collodi
  • Serenella Ferrari
  • Maura Marini
  • Rita Pascoletti
  • Michela Perotti
  • Zhang Xiaoyin


  • Fabiana Aizza
  • Renza Bumbaca
  • Gabriella Gabrielli
  • Sofia Grusovin
  • Maria Clara Magris
  • Carla Novelli
  • Ingrid Pillon
  • Luisa Pollini
  • Alessandra Tavagnutti
  • Antonella Testa
  • Silvia Ursic
  • Serena Zanolla


  • Alberto De Fabris
  • Lorenzo Drascek
  • Mario Magrino
  • Lorenzo Marega
  • Paolo Susana


  • Mauro Lamanna
  • Roberto Nonini
  • Moreno Stringola


Cristina Cristancig

She is a lecturer in Vocal and Piano Reading Practice for Music Education at the “G. B. Martini” Conservatory in Bologna and directs the “Seghizzi” Choir in Gorizia.

Graduated with honors in piano under the guidance of Maestro Elena Lipizer and in composition in the class of Maestro Renato Miani, she subsequently obtained a teaching degree in Music and Piano Teaching, and then a postgraduate degree at the University Tor Vergata of Rome.

After the Conservatory, she specialized in piano and chamber music with various distinguished Masters (Massimo Gon, Andrea Rucli, Bruno Canino, Kostantin Bogino, and Luigi Toffolo) and graduated from the three-year Master Class in chamber music with Maestro Pier Narciso Masi at the Music Academy of Florence and the “Incontri con il Maestro” Music Academy in Imola.

Awarded in several national competitions (Albenga, Genoa, Villar Perosa, Rome, Turin, and others), in a piano duo with pianist Sabina Arru, she won the selections of “Hinterland in musica” in Ostra and Senigallia and the “Gruppo Artisti Associati” of the Teatro San Filippo Neri in Turin.

She has performed in various Italian cities (Turin, Brindisi, Pisa, Livorno, Stresa, Villar Perosa, Senigallia, Ostra, Rome, Dobbiaco, Gorizia, Trieste, Udine) and abroad (Nuremberg, Strasbourg, Karlovac) in various chamber music ensembles and as a soloist, as well as with orchestras and as a choir director. As an accompanist pianist, she has worked with various musical realities related to international instrumental competitions, the staging of operas and operettas, participating in events organized by the music conservatories of the region in the field of instrumental teaching.

She has also been interested in music therapy, attending the three-year course at ARTEM in Udine.

As a choir director, she has participated in various exhibitions, international festivals, and competitions, achieving significant recognition. Regarding choral direction and vocal study, she attended courses by W. Pfaff and G. Grun, M. Berrini, A. Martinolli, G. Abbà D. Tabbia, W. Coppola, S. Roman, V. Marenco.

Her intensive teaching activity has allowed her to collaborate with musical realities beyond borders, such as Croatia and Slovenia, and to establish a SIEM (Society for Music Education) section in Gorizia, organizing various seminars and conferences. Many of her students have achieved honors and diplomas from state conservatories, and many of them have won international competitions.

She is also prolific as a composer: several of her compositions have been frequently performed in various concert seasons.

In 2016, she ranked third (1st not assigned) at the 2nd international competition in Albenga, and in 2019, she ranked third (with 1st not assigned) at the Moncalieri Competition.

In 2018, she was commissioned a piece to be awarded to the winner of the International Guitar Competition in Gorizia “Enrico Mercatali,” and she participated with the piece “hYperboole” in Mittelfest in Cividale.

In 2019, she premiered “Sotto il profumo dei tigli,” the trio for viola, clarinet, and piano composed for the “Lipizer” concert season and dedicated to Maestro Elena Lipizer Soro (1930-2017). In the same year, she participated with the piece for choir and string quartet “Cieli irrorate” in the concert dedicated to David Maria Turoldo at the Teatro di Pordenone.

She collaborated with the magazine “Musica e scuola” in the composition of music for instrumental teaching, which focuses on culture, information, legislation, and musical didactics.

She has published several of her works with the publishing house “Pizzicato Verlag Helvetia” in Horgen (Switzerland), with “Sinfonica Edizioni” in Brugherio (MB), and with “Progetti Sonori” in Pesaro Urbino.

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