Roberta was born in 1972, a pianist (rebel) and composer. After graduating with the highest honours and honourable mention from the Parma Conservatory, today she is known as a post-classical musician.
She is a composer in a world of composers and leaves nothing outside of her creative world: theatre, musicals, jazz, pop, ambient, and soundtracks create her unique and special style.
She made her debut in 2011, with her first album Tra il tempo e la distanza (Alfa Music), followed by Lo stato delle Cose (Irma Records) in 2014, with the collaboration of producer Pietro Cantarelli, a double project with Songs and A walk on the piano side. In the same year, she composed Hands, a soundtrack for the docufilm Living the world of Botero, played at the international Exhibition of Botero in Italy and Japan and opened the Indian Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale with India the revealed mysteries.
In December 2016, she was involved in a series of concerts in New York City hosted by the Italian Consulate for the event Meet the new Italian Music Artist in NY.
In 2017, she released Illegacy, her latest unpublished album released by Warner Music Italia: ten tracks that describe her story but, above all, her listening and way of perceiving music in all its different ways.
In April 2018, she wrote Valzer in A Minor soundtrack for the Radici cultural operation. A multimedia platform created from the idea of journalist and writer Cristina Giudici, who wanted to deal with the powerful theme of immigration without prejudice, and with courage and truth.
Her recent and future engagements include: her participation at Piano City Milan as official pianist for Radio Monte Carlo, Piano Solo concerts in Bologna, Taormina, Arezzo and Pantelleria, guest at Il Tempo delle donne festival at the Milan Triennale, the Steinway Piano Festival in Cremona and at Piano City Palermo.
Roberta Di Mario is a Steinway artist.