Rossella Croce graduated with top marks in violin in 1998 at the Conservatory A. Pedrollo of Vicenza under the guidance F. Missaggia. During her studies she gained several scholarships and was finalist in various violin and chamber music competitions.She then specialized on the early violin repertoire at the Scuola Civica in Milan and at the Conservatory in Den Haag (Holland) with Enrico Gatti following at the same time also courses with R. Terakado, E. Wallfisch and others.
She has an intense concert activity which leads her to play in the most prestigious concert halls and theatres in the world. She works, also as first violin, with many important early music groups such as Zefiro, Ensemble Aurora, Accordone, La Risonanza, Il Gardellino, Seicento Stravagante, Accademia W. Hermans, Accademia Bizantina, Accademia Strumentale Italiana, Meranbaroque, etc.
She played in several broadcasts for RAI Radio 3, RSI, WDR, Radio France, etc. Rossella also recorded for the labels Sony Classics, Alpha, Brilliant, Cipress, Naive, Arcana, Glossa, Amadeus, Bottega Discantica, Classic Voice ,Eloquentia, etc. She has recently recorded the “Invenzioni a violino solo” op. X by Francesco Antonio Bonporti for La Bottega Discantica (Milan), The Art of Fugue by J.S. Bach and The Pieces of the Clavecin en Concerts by J.P. Rameau for Challenge Classics with Accademia Strumentale Italiana led by Alberto Rasi. She teaches at the Music School of The Music & Art Study Center in Florence.