Ambra Sorrentino (Consultant) is an Italian harpist and a cultural manager for performing arts. She graduated with the highest mark in music dramaturgie from the Salerno University with a thesis on Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda. In July 2013 she concluded her Master degree in Economics and management of cultural heritage and performing arts at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan with a final dissertation on International Management of opera theatres. In October 2014 she took a Harp master diploma at Conservatorio di Musica “G.Martucci” in Salerno, with Maestro Lucia Di Sapio. She also studied musical composition with the internationally renowned Maestro Lucia Ronchetti and improved her musical skills under the guidance of Emmanuel Ceysson and Julien Marcou (Opéra de Paris), Elisabeth Fontan-Binoche, Park Stickney (Jazz harp), Sara Simari, Luc Bergè, Georg Beckmann, Monika Frohlich, Martin Loritz, Mayumi Kamata, Karin Wolf (chamber music). As a manager, she worked for Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Fondazione Festival Pucciniano Torre del Lago, Ravello Festival, Oper Leipzig. She has been general manager of the European Opera Days 2014- Naples. As president and general manager of the youth musical association Guild of Troubadours of the lost harp, she has organized several concerts, musical seasons and events, among which the International masterclass with Henning Ruhe and Tobias Truniger (Opernstudio Bayerische Staatsoper Munchen), the opera masterclass with the tenor Luca Canonici, the seminar Opera Today: what is left, what is changed, how we can preserve, broadcast and love it. Her main studies and research on performing arts are: An analysis on the 57th Puccini Festival management (2012/13), Teatro San Carlo’s workshops in relation to cultural tourism in Naples (2012), Padre Cicogna, critical study and analisys of De Filippo-Piovani drama (2010-11), The character of Arlecchino in the Italian opera theatre.