The guitarist Maria Vittoria Jedlowski was born in Milan (Italy). She started her musical studies with her pianist mother and the cellist A.Rossi. She was awarded maximum marks for her guitar diploma at the Conservatory of Music in Parma under the guidance of E. Tagliavini. At the same time she graduated in Art at the Accademia delle Belle Arti di Brera in Milan with a thesis on the musical writings of Kandinskij. She has furthered her musical studies with various advanced courses with musicians such as O. Ghiglia, M.Gangi, A. Bailes and in particular R. Chiesa. Her artistic development has benefited enormously from her contact and musical involvement with the guitarist and composer F. Kleynjans, the passionate teacher V. Casagrande, the lutist H. Smith and the choir director M. Bordignon, under whose directorship she has sung for four years recording the Missa pro Defunctis for double chorus by Pier Francesco Cavalli.
She has performed in concerts and tournée in Italy, Austria, Egypt, Portugal, Lebanon, Germany, England, Holland, Switzerland and Unided States both as a soloist and with various chamber music groups. Her chamber music activities have, in fact, ranged from playing in flute, violin, voice, harpsichord and guitar duos, in flute, violin and guitar trios, to guitar quartets and string quartets as well as in orchestras.