Rossana Bertini obtained her diploma in Lyric Art at the Conservatorio Francesco Morlacchi (Perugia). Her wide repertory extends from the Renaissance madrigal to the XVIII century opera. She has performed with some of the foremost early music groups of Europe, including Europa Galante, Concerto Italiano, Complesso Barocco, Ensemble Aurora, Ensemble Baroque de Nice, Le Parlement de Musique, Akâdèmia, Modo Antiquo, and Ensemble Elyma, further afield. She has been one of the founding members of La Venexiana, together with Claudio Cavina.
She has performed, in prestigious festivals, opera houses and concert halls in the USA, South America, Japan, Israel and throughout Europe. She has frequently broadcast for European radio stations, including Radio France, RAI, BBC, WDR, ÖRF, RTSI.
Ms Bertini has recorded numerous CDs for well known labels (Opus 111, Glossa, Arcana, Tactus), obtaining many international prizes, such as the Gramophone Award, Diapason d'Or, Prix Cecilia, Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, Palmares des Palmares, Cannes Classical Award, Grand Prix du Disque, Premio Vivaldi della Fondazione Cini.
Recently, together with Giuseppe Maletto and Daniele Carnovich, she founded the ensemble La Compagnia del Madrigale, with the purpose of continuing to bring before the public the pearls of the Italian polyphonic repertoire of the Renaissance. La Compagnia del Madrigale has already realized a few works for the RSI Choir of Lugano, under the direction of Diego Fasolis, and has released two recordings of madrigals: the Orlando Furioso (Arcana), and the Sesto Libro by Carlo Gesualdo (Glossa).
She teaches opera singing at the Accademia Musicale Alta Valdera (Pisa), and Renaissance and Baroque singing at the Conservatorio Luigi Boccherini (Lucca)