Gioia Crepaldi graduated with honors at Conservatory Antonio Buzzolla in Adria, under the guidance of Luisa Giannini.
She began studying piano at age of 9; then he moved on to the study of singing at 14.
Recently she debuted: Contessa in Nozze di Figaro al Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, under the baton of Maestro Johannes Wilder and Silvia in Mascagni’s Zanetto at Conservatory Benedetto Marcello in Venice, conductor Mauro Perissinotto.
She also debuted in Puccini’s Bohème in the role of Mimì at Teatro Sociale in Rovigo, at Opera Giocosa in Savona, and at Teatro Comunale in Ferrara; in Mozart’s Don Giovanni in the role of Donna Elvira at National Opera of Macedonia in Skopje, under the baton of Maestro Alessandro D'Agostini.
She debite in the opera Il Principe Porcaro, by Nino Rota in the role of Princess at Teatro De Micheli in Copparo and at Teatro Comunale in Ferrara.
She sung Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater in Adria and Rubano (Pd). She has sung on several occasions with Orchestra Regionale Filarmonia Veneta.
In 2007, just 16 years, she debuted in Mozart’s Vespri Solenni de Confessore di Mozart.
She partecipated at II International Music Festival of Pelotas (Brasile). She improved with singers of international fame like Raina Kabaivanska, Mietta Sighele, Veriano Luchetti, Luciana D'Intino; and with Maestri Massimiliano Carraro, Marco Balderi, and the directors Italo Nunziata and Francesco Esposito.
As winner of the Competition Toti dal Monte, recently sang Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni at Teatro Comunale Mario Del Monaco in Treviso.
She is now attentending to Accademia of Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, for which she sang Viktor Ullman’s L’imperatore di Atlantide.
Among next engagements, Così fan tutte for As.Li,Co, in Circuito Lirico Lombardo, and Lucio Silla in Biel