Francesca Tirale graduated with honors from the “Luca Marenzio” Brescia Conservatory under Professor Anna Loro.
She then chose to complete her preparation at an international level with professors E. Fontan-Binoche, M.C. Jamet and F. Cambreling.
After completing her academic preparation, she went on to intensify her concert activity collaborating with prestigious festivals as a soloist and within chamber music ensembles (Festival della Svizzera Italiana, Festival Aurora di Crotone, Fondazione Barattelli de L’Aquila, Festival Musicalia di Napoli, Settembre Musica di Torino, Sagra Malatestiana di Rimini, Biennale di Venezia).
She is the First Harp with the Virtuosi Italiani, a permanent member of Dedalo Ensemble, Sentieri Selvaggi, Geometrie Variabili, Nuovo Doppio Quintetto di Torino and Coro dei Piccoli Musici. She has participated as first harp in numerous concerts as part of renown orchestras, Italian and foreign like the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, Orchestra di Padova Veneto, Pomeriggi Musicali, Orchestra Sinfonica Giuseppe Verdi di Milano. She has also performed with the Regional Orchestra of Lazio, the Solisti Aquilani, the Symphonic Orchestra of Abruzzio, the Virtuosi Italiani, the Amadeus Orchestra of Tokyo. In 2010 she played in venues in Japan (Tokyo, Nasu, Shirakawa). She has performed works written for her like C. Togni’s “Fantasy for harp”. She has also premiered works for solo harp or chamber music pieces like those of A. Giacometti, M. Montalbetti, G. Facchinetti, Akane Tsuji, C. Galante, N. Castiglioni. She has also recorded with acclaimed labels like Stradivarius and Sony BMG.
She has created the duo “RUAH” with flutist Jessica Dalsant.