Roselise Gentile took a piano diploma before specialising in choir and orchestral conducting,
following for two years the international course held by Julius Kalmar for the Hans Swarowsky association
and the the international course in Orchestra Conducting "Franco Ferrara", held by Luis Salomon at the "Teatro Sociale" in Como, Italy.
Subsequently she studied with Romolo Gessi and Donato Renzetti, following the Orchestra Master Classes
and the three year course at the European Academy in Vicenza.
As assistant to George Pehlivanian she has collaborated with the Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, in Slovenia and France.
She has worked as coach at the Festival dei Due Mondi (Spoleto) and at the Festival of Contemporary Music for La Biennale (Venice).
She has also worked with different instrumental ensembles, including the Regional Choir and Orchestra of Umbria and the Chamber Orchestra, Cappella Musicale di Minerbio, made up of leading members of the Orchestra of Teatro Comunale in Bologna.
Lately Roselise has decided to live permanently in England (London), where she has been appointed principal conductor of the Marlborough Concert Orchestra in 2015 and principal conductor of the Barnet Symphony Orchestra in 2016.