Flutist always involved in research and the divulging of new techniques applied at the contemporary music with a look focused on the research, the study and knowledge of ethnic instruments. For some years, in fact, she pays particular attention to the study and disclosure of musical instruments such as the “Shakuhachi flute” of the Japanese tradition and the Indian “Bansuri”. She also proves to be also fascinated by the use of electronics in conjunction with the “traditional” language with the use of MIDI winds instruments and ethnic percussion. Actually she is the principal solo flutist in one of the most important Italian Opera theatre at the Orchestra della Fondazione Petruzzelli in Bari. She has performed for many years as 1st Flute Soloist with the Orchestra of the Opera “Teatro Petruzzelli” of Bari (Italy) under direction of famous conductors like Lorin Maazel, Fabio Luisi, Gianpaolo Bisanti, Asher Fisch, Daniel Oren, Daniel Kawka, Roland Boer, Ton Koopman, Jonathan Webb, Walter Proost, Piero Bellugi, Donato Renzetti, Corrado Ravaris, Ennio Morricone, Boris Brott.

From 1991 to 2009, she played as 1st flute with the Orchestra of the Teatro Regio in Parma (Italy), at the Bari Symphony Orchestra (Italy), and the Orchestra Sinfonica in Lecce (Italy). She also plays concerts both as soloist and in various chamber ensembles, with whom he regularly holds concerts in Italy, France, Germany, Poland and the United States of America, performing in some of the most prestigious halls of the chamber music scene, such as: The Musik Halle in Hamburg (Germany), the Chopin Academy in Warsaw (Poland), the Kulas Recital Hall at the Oberlin College of Music (USA), Auditorium of the National Research Council in Paris (France).

Mrs. Pisanu is frequently invited by International Flute Festivals to perform masterclasses and concerts around the world. She performed recitals and classes in some of the most important international events like: Jeju International Wind Festival , Academia Musical “Maurice André”, University do Minho, Oberlin College of Music, Eastman School of Music, Festival International de Flauta, Melbourne Conservatorium, Brisbane University of Queensland, PAS in Athene, and many others.

Mrs. Pisanu resulted the winner in numerous competitions, including the most important such as “National Competition Città di Genova” (Genova, Italy), “Fare Musica” of Arezzo (Italy), “Cesena Competition” (Italy), and the “International Competition” of Stresa (Italy). Mrs. Pisanu has recorded several compact discs with the “Accademia Farnese” for her recording of some world premiere recordings, “Sonata” by Henry Purcell, “Trio Sonata” by Giuseppe Sammartini, “Four Symphonies” by Antonio Caldara as well as training “Parma Opera Ensemble” and the baritone Michele Pertusi. She records for the German label “Mondo Musica” and her works are distributed by “EMI” World Classics. In her last CD Mrs. Pisanu recorded music of important composers like André Jolivet, Toru Takemitsu, Peter Klatzow, Giovanni Castro, Carlo Boccadoro collaborating with the marimba player and percussionist Filippo Lattanzi.

She graduated in flute with honors from the Conservatory “Arrigo Boito” in Parma, under the guidance of Maestro Claudio Ferrarini. She attended the “Conservatoire Hector Berlioz” of Paris, in the class of Maestro Raymond Guiot, with which in April of ’91, won the “Prix de la Ville de Paris”. She was later perfected by following Master Classes teachers of Maxence Larrieu, Wolfgang Schulz, Marzio Conti, Michael De Bost, Peter Lukas Graff, Michele Marasco, Aurele Nicolet and Alain Marion.