Roberto Satta obtained his diploma in piano at the Conservatory Luigi Cherubini of Florence under the guidance of Prof. Giancarlo Cardini.
He specialized with Prof. P. Gulda, R. Cappello, Prof. K. Morski, and Prof. A. Jasinski; in chamber music with Prof. Alfonso Borghese e Pierpaolo Maurizzi.
At the Conservatory Arrigo Boito of Parma, he took a chamber music course with Prof. Pierpaolo Maurizzi and obtained his diploma in harpsichord.
At University in Bologna, he took his degree in Musicology.
Roberto Satta has performed both as a soloist and in various chamber music ensembles in Italy, Japan, Germany, France, Spain, Rumania, Bulgaria, Moldovia and Portugal.
As a soloist, he has performed with Chamber Orchestra T. Traetta (Italy) and with Philarmonic Orchestra M. Jora (Rumania).
He represented Italy at the International Festival of Chamber Music in Udine and won the first prize at both the national competitions Dino Caravita and Montescudo 1997.
He has edited a critical edition by Giuseppe Sarti’s Sonatas for harpsichord, organ, or piano for Eurarte and Esarmonia. He has been a member of the examining boards of various national competitions.
He teaches piano in Bolzano (Italy)
The soprano Lilia Ianeva Satta born in Sofia (Bulgaria) in 1976. She has studied in the National School of Music “Liubomir Pipkov”, Sofia, Bulgaria. After she has studied in the National Academic of Music “Pancio Vladigerov”, Sofia, Bulgaria. She has specialized with prof. Norman Shetler, prof. Siegfried Jerusalem and prof. Claudio Desderi.
She has worked with the conductors Georgi Robev, Michail Angelov, Julian Kovatchev, Aleksandar Iossifov, Ivan Vulpe, David Miller, and Frank Beermann in Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Macedonia, Serbia.