Born in Florence in 1999, Lavinia Bertulli began studying piano at the age of nine and graduated at sixteen at the Conservatory "L. Cherubini" in Florence with Giovanna Prestia, with whom she currently attends the two-year specialist course. She also attends the multi-year courses of the Academy of Imola with Andrè Gallo and Ingrid Fliter. From 2014 to 2016 he studied at the Imola Piano Academy in Eindhoven. She followed masterclasses with Benedetto Lupo, Bruno Canino, Enrico Pace, Igor Roma, Alexandre Thauraud, Vincenzo Maltempo, Massimo Damerini, Maxim Mogilevsky and Boris Petrushansky. In 2018, thanks to a scholarship from the Accademia del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, she attended a course with Maxim Filippov at the Čajkovskij Conservatory in Moscow, as part of the international exchanges for musicians of the Italian Embassy in Russia. In February 2018, she performed Robert Schumann's Concerto op. 54 with the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale conducted by Fabio Luisi. She has played as a soloist and as a duo in important festivals in Italy and abroad, performing in various places, including the Musikgebouw in Eindhoven, the Foyer of the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, the Ridotto of the Teatro Alighieri in Ravenna, Casa Menotti in Spoleto, Casa Barezzi in Busseto, the Sala Bianca of Palazzo Pitti in Florence, the Italian Cultural Institute in Brussels. First prize in numerous national and international piano and chamber music competitions, Lavinia Bertulli won the Alkan Prize for piano virtuosity, the Silio Taddei, the Riviera della Versilia, the Maria Giubilei and the Crescendo Prize. In 2016, she ranked 4th at the Premio Venezia, accessing the concerts in the Sale Apollinee and the Gran Teatro la Fenice.