Begins studying the classical guitar at a very young age and consequently, after private study, is able to graduate from the Conservatorio "A. Boito", in Parma, at 18.
Cinzia studied with several teachers, and develops her sophisticated guitar technique with the famous and highly-regarded guitar master Mauro Storti; she later studies interpretative analysis with argentinian composer Oscar Roberto Casares.
When only 5 years old she wins first prize at the International Competition of Milan, and at 7 years old she is awarded the "Ambrogino d’oro" by the Municipality of Milan for its extraordinary and precocious musical ability; at 10 she wins the "Trofeo Beniamino Gigli", in Recanati, is marked 100/100. By the age of 14 she has already won sixteen first prizes in International and National Competitions.
In 1991, in Parma, she is awarded the "Premio F. Margola" for best execution and interpretation.
By the age of 12, she begins her concert career in Italy finding acclaim in critics and audiences alike, leading her to perform all over the world. The most influential British and American press devote the important reportage in which it is defined as "a rare combination of beauty, grace, natural elegance and a deep sense of music with a brilliant technique and a powerful sound and expressive, considered among the best exponents of the concert artists in the world."
Cinzia has already amassed an impressive discography: in addition to recording for Rai Radio 2 and Antenna 3, in 1994 she collaborates with composer A. Prandi to catalogue previously unpublished music for the guitar. Meanwhile, tracks from her CD “Ritratto di Donna”, recorded for the Jump Musical Edition label, are aired by RAI in Italy as well as by French, German and Japanese national television stations and films.
She performed as a guitarist and also as a dancer and singer in the argentinian show “Sonatango” and recorded the CD “Sonatango”.
Cinzia has performed around Canada and the United States and also she taught guitar master classes at Royal Conservatory of Toronto.
In the latest years she performed in Mexico and she was a part of jury at “Concurso Internacional de Guitarra de Sinaloa”.
She created the show "Venere" of music composed and performed live by her, in collaboration with the dance company "Performing Dance": the feminine universe told through music and dance.
Further to her work as a guitarist, are her activities as a violinist; graduate in violin, she plays in various orchestras and, with them, performs both in Italy, Spain and France.