Caterina Bergo, Italian musician and musicologist, gained her diploma in Harp with top marks at the F. Venezze Conservatoire, in her native city of Rovigo. She continued to perfect her artistic skills in Italy and France, where she has participated in post-gradueted courses run by internationally renowned teachers, such as U. Holliger, J. Liber and A.N. Schirinzi. Bergo has won competitions both as a soloist as well as in chamber music ensembles, and has completed her concert repertoire by collaborating with many orchestras. She has produced recordings with Primrose Music International, Velut Luna and Denon. Interested in all forms of musical expression, Bergo has also studied Celtic, or Folk Harp, and Opera Singing, gaining top marks while studying under Professor M.G. Munari, and specialising with Maestro W. Matteuzzi. Alongside her concert career, Bergo has continued her musical research work, completing a Masters Degree in Musicology and Musical Heritage at the University of Padua (Italy) with top marks. She has contributed to many journals in this field, such as Suonare News, Musica and In Chordis. As artistic and musical promoter, she graduated to the first Italian National "Corso per Progettisti ed Organizzatori di Eventi Culturali" organized by REV (Rovigo Eventi) and then the postgraduate course in "Popular Music: Production, Management and Communication" at the University of Genua (Italy) in partnership with Ente Parasio of Imperia (Italy). Caterina Bergo develops courses introducing the Celtic and Pedal Harps to schools of all kinds and levels, and has studied the "Suzuki Method": she gained her diploma at the Suzuki Talent Center, based in Turin (a unique centre for Harp in Europe). under Prof. G. Bosio. She also has worked for several public schools in Italy and France, such as the College-Lycée Leonardo da Vinci of Paris.