Chiara Arzenton earned her degree in violin in February 2010 from the Conservatory of Adria (RO) under the guidance of Maestro Maria Chiara Nonnato. She then started a two-year long internship. She continued her studies with Maestro Enzo Porta in Bologna. She has collaborated with the Orchestra di Padova, Orchestra del Veneto, Offerta Musicale di Venezia, Orchestra della Saccisica, Orchestra Filarmonica di Faenza, and Orchestra Filarmonica Veneta. She attended numerous masterclasses in antique music held by A. Ciccolini, E. Citterio, E. Onofri, E. Casazza, S. Montanari, R. Podger, and Maestro R. Spotti. She participated in a baroque orchestra workshop at Villa Contarini (September 2011 and 2012) with Alfredo Bernardini. In 2012 she was part of the project “Matthaus Passion – BWV 244” by J.S. Bach. During the summers of 2014 and 2015, as part of the Festival “Lo spirito della Musica,” she performed in a series of concerts organized by the Teatro La Fenice of Venice and directed by Maestro Stefano Montanari. Since July 2014, she has been collaborating with the baroque ensemble “Musica Venezia”. She has won a grant through the Center for Antique Music “Pietà dei Turchini” of Naples and has been collaborating since October 2012 in the project “Ensemble Giovanile,” with which she performed in the prestigious Palazzo del Quirinale in front of the Head of State and live on the rai radiotre on December 6 2015.
Since 2014 she is an active member of the baroque ensemble Venice Music Project, regularly performing in the Anglican church of Saint George in Venice.
In March 2016 she earned her second level academic diploma in music education with certificate (TFA) from the Conservatory of music “J. Tomadini” in Udine.
She was a violin professor at the XIII I.S.C. “G. Tartini” in Padova during the school year 2016/2017. She currently teaches violin at the “A. Vivaldi” school in Padova.