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After getting her diploma at the conservatory Arrigo Boito in Parma, Daolio finished her training with the help of Virginia Zeani and won the first prize at the competitions Masini and Zandonai. She had her debut in Traviata where she played the main part and won the competition Primo Palcascenico in Cesena. In 2004, she was awarded the Bruson prize by Renato Bruson himself and in 2005 Daolio won the Francisco Viñas Award in Barcelona. Her performance in Pagliacci, directed by Giancarlo del Monaco, which was shown in Teatro Real of Madrid in 2007, has been the most significant act.
- Gramophone Volume 84, Issues 1010-1013. C. Mackenzie. 2006-01-01.