Born in Pavia, northern Italy, Marina Serpagli gets both academic and artistic education.
She graduates in foreign languages at the University of Pavia and obtains her Conservatory Diploma in Lyrical Singing at Music Conservatory “G. Nicolini” in Piacenza.
At the beginning of her career, she cooperates with the Choir of Giuseppe Verdi Symphonic Orchestra in Milan and the Choir of the National Symphonic Orchestra RAI in Turin.
She has an important activity as a concert singer at italian venues and Festivals: Aula del 400 auditorium at the University of Pavia, Music Hall at Ghislieri College in Pavia, Philharmonic Concert Hall in Trento, Palazzo Pignano in Cremona, Vernazza Opera Festival at the “Cinque Terre”, Open Opera and Tuscany Opera Festival, Mantova Chamber Music Festival.
In cooperation with Italian Diplomacy she performs at the National Museum and at the Madlenianum Theatre in Belgrade (Serbia).
She performs the mezzosoprano roles, ranging from baroque to verism and the contemporary opera, in important theatres, such as: Teatro Fraschini in Pavia, Teatro Alfieri in Asti, Teatro Rossini in Pesaro, Teatro Argentina in Rome, Teatro Regio in Parma, Teatro Sociale and Teatro Bibiena in Mantova, Teatro San Carlo in Neaples.
She performs in two productions at the historical theatre Teatro del Giglio in Lucca: the famous Cartolina Pucciniana (dedicated to the “Trittico”) and a performance of Suor Angelica, staged once again in Ravenna at Teatro Alighieri.
She has worked with Maestri: Donato Renzetti, Romano Gandolfi, Predrag Gosta, Marco Alibrando, Enrico Pagano, Enrico Gerola, Marco Guidarini, Giulio Prandi and the directors Alberto Oliva, Denis Krief, Aldo Tarabella, Alberto Paloscia, Leo Muscato, Elisabetta Courir.
She has performed with the following Orchestras: Filarmonica Gioachino Rossini, Orchestra Canova, FOI Bruno Bartoletti, Orchestra della Toscana, New Trinity Baroque Orchestra (Atlanta - USA).
She works in team with Performing Art Soprano Silvia Colombini, for the innovative singing method ARS-C Arte delle Resistenza Superata (Art of Overcoming Resistance) cooperating with her in 2019, teaching Lyrical Singing and Elocution in an international Lyrical Singing Masterclass at the University Beifang Minzu in Yinchuan, China.
She speaks, sings and performs in English, French and German.