Giovanna Riboli was born in Florence. She received her degree in Piano in 2001 and in Organ and Organ Composition in 2009. After participating in various master class with international Maestros such as B. Canino, J. Demus, P. Badura-Skoda, M. Imbruno, M. Haselböck, K. Schnorr, G. Leonardht, E. Bellotti and W. Porter, she moved to Holland where she achieved a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Organ at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in Pieter van Dijk’s class, specializing in the interpretation of historical instruments. From childhood she showed a great interpretative gift, acknowledged by many juries, winning prizes in musical competitions such as the piano competitions “Città di Chieti” (1990),“F.I.D.A.P.A.” in Pisa (1991,1992,1999), ”Mascia Masin” (1999), and the organ competitions "Associazione musicale A.Esposito" (2003), “Camillo Guglielmo Bianchi” (2010) and ” Agati Tronci” (2014).
She regularly performs as a soloist and in various chamber groups in Italy, Holland, Germany, Spain, France, Argentina and Uruguay. In addition to concerts, she dedicates herself to both teaching and research in the field of music therapy. She has won several scholarships, including from the “Rotary Club” for Best Graduate in Organ in 2009 and the scholarship "Europass Mobility, Working with Music, Leonardo da Vinci" offered by the European Community and awarded to young musicians. Between 2009 and 2012, she was assistant organist for Oude Kerk and of Duif Kerk in Amsterdam. She was choir conductor and director of music of Saint Mark’s English Church in Florence and artistic director of St. Marks’s Cultural Association Florence. Presently, she is choir conductor of “Dino Bonciani” and “Laetitia vocis choirs”.