The soprano Elena Cecchi Fedi received her diploma in singing and vocal music from the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory in Florence and subsequently received a diploma in organ and organ composition from the G B Martini Conservatory in Bologna.

She has sung as a soloist at many prestigious venues, both in Italy and elsewhere, including the Teatro Regio, Turin; the Teatro Massimo, Palermo; the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele, Messina; the Teatro Verdi, Pisa; the Teatro Stabile, Potenza; the Opera Barga Festival; the Teatro Ponchielli, Cremona; the Teatro Sociale in Mantua; the Teatro di Sabbioneta and the Jomadas Gulbenkian de Musica Antigua in Lisbon; the Ambraser Schloßkonzerte, Innsbruck; the Opéra Comique in Paris; the Centre de Musique Baroque, Versailles; the Ambronay and Beaune festivals; the Accademia Chigiana in Siena; and the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome. She has also appeared in concert with the Orchestra della Toscana; the Amici della Musica in Modena and in Florence; at the San Maurizio concerts in Milan, at the Konzerthaus in Vienna; and at the Konzerthaus in Berlin. In 1994 she was awarded the Boris Christoff prize. She regularly collaborates with Auser Musici, with whom she has made many recordings and performed frequently in concert.