In 2018 & 2019, Clara performed with a number of local Italian festivals, and additionally sang in concerts with faculty and students from the University of Arizona in the Sala Unità d'Italia in the city palace. She also performed with colleagues and studio singers from the Vocal Academy of Orvieto for concerts of arias and art songs in the vicinity of Orvieto and nearby Tuscany. In 2020 she was invited to premiere the works of new composers near to Chiusi-Chianciano Terme.
In 2017 she performed the roles of Female Chorus in Benjamin Britten's The Rape of Lucretia and Madame Lidoine in The Dialogues of the Carmelites by Francois Poulenc, and also prepared the role of Fiordiligi from Così fan' tutte to sing with an opera festival in Sicily. While living in Tucson, Arizona, she frequently performed with Emily Chao, violin, of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, and Loren Mitchell, collaborative pianist of the University of Arizona, in the Tucson Desert Camerata, a chamber trio specialized in arrangements and orchestral reductions of vocal music from the Baroque period through the present day.
Formerly, she has performed in solo recitals, chamber ensembles, and operas, overseas in Italy, Germany, Israel, Jamaica, and Trinidad. Recently, she took part in a concert style presentation of excerpts from the roles of Mignon (Mignon, Thomas) and Micaela (Carmen, Bizet) in downtown Chicago. In 2011 she received a foreign grant to become an artist-resident of Germany with a visa for performance and teaching.
Other engagements have included solo vocal concerts with pianists from the International Piano Academy in the Lake Como region of Italy, a recording of Gonoud's Ave Maria made with a Milanese company for commercial use, a role in the Operafestival di Roma under Maestro Stefano Vignati, the premier of a liturgical work for choir and soloist with Tony winning tenor Alberto Mizrahi, and the position of soloist and choir director for St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Silicon Valley. She also has a standing invitation to return to Kingston, Jamaica, where she performed a solo recital for members of the European Union in 2006.
Her undergraduate musical education was completed at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, during which time she was extended an invitation to attend the University of Utah. She went on to earn her Master of Music in performance at the University of Utah under full scholarship and stipend, and completed another master’s degree in Italian literature at Stanford University with scholarships and grants awarded for continued vocal study, performance, and teaching in the USA and abroad.