Sabrina Simoni began her musical studies with the Piano and was awarded her first academic diploma in 1994, at the G.B. Martini Conservatoire in Bologna. She went on to achieve a second academic diploma, in Choral Music and Choir Conducting, at the Girolamo Frescobaldi Conservatoire in Ferrara, and later, also achieved a third academic diploma in Composition.
In 1995, while continuing with her studies, she was chosen to be Chief Conductor of the Piccolo Coro “Mariele Ventre” dell'Antoniano, in Bologna, and was also responsible for the choir’s vocal training.
Together with M° Siro Merlo, she co-founded the Association Forme Sonore, which is based in Bologna and aims to promote music by setting up teaching and study projects all over Italy (www.formesonore.com).
As Conductor of the “Piccolo Coro” she has been involved in over 50 recordings, has appeared in television shows and conducted more than 500 concerts all over Italy, as well as conducting for television shows such as the Zecchino D’Oro (an important Italian children’s song festival) and other events with high media impact (Sanremo 2017, Sanremo 2018, Concerts in the Sala Nervi, in the presence of the Pope).
She has also conducted many concerts abroad, in countries which include Spain, Poland, Switzerland and China, with a recent series of concerts in Shanghai.
In 2003, Ricordi/Universal Publishing published two of her books, which are dedicated to children and childhood: FAVOLE INCANTO and LA TASTIERA INCANTATA. Antoniano Edizioni have published three of the workbooks she wrote to accompany the projects she helped to develop for schools, with the title ANTONIANO MUSIC LAB.
In 2013, Azzurra Music published her MOLTIPLICANTO (Book + cd), which aims to support multidisciplinary learning through music.