Angelica Selmo concluded her piano studies with honours, under the guide of R. Zadra. She studied harpsichord with P. Marisaldi, graduating cum laude and special mention at the Conservatory of Vicenza in 2014. Afterwards she studied with L. Guglielmi obtaining in 2018 a Master's degree in Interpretation of Early Music at the Esmuc in Barcelona. She studied basso continuo praxis with N. Reniero.
As soloist, in 2012 she won the 1° prize at the National Arts Award organized by the Ministry of Education, University and Research. She won the 1° prize at the Acqui e Terzo Musica competition (2013) at Fatima Terzo (2013) and the 2° prize at the Newtracks@FBAS competition (2020). As soloist, she performed in several famous Italian ancient music seasons such as: Antonio il Verso (Palermo), Pavia Barocca, Settimane Barocche di Brescia, Festival Cusiano di Musica Antica (Orta), Le Vie del Barocco (Savona). In 2015 she played at the Milano EXPO a FRATELLILEITA harpsichord, the first eco-friendly certified musical instrument (PEFC certified).
Alongside her solo activity, she collaborates with different ensembles, performing in theatres such as Teatro Bibiena of Mantua, Teatro Olimpico of Vicenza, Herkulessaal of Munich. In 2018 she won the audition as harpsichord player of the Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano e Trento. Ever since, she has been playing in Italy and abroad with international conductors such as H. Albrecth, M. Mariotti and T. Pinnock. With Collegium Pro Musica, she performed several concerts in Italy, Austria, Switzerland and Albania, in national and international festivals such as L’Orecchio di Giano in Rome, Halbturner Schlosskonzerte (Austria), Monteverdi Festival in Mantua. Since 2015 she has been working with L. Forslund, a Swedish mandolin player and composer and she performed in dozens of concerts in Sweden for Vivaldi Festival.
In 2021 she published the music of P. Royer, in a solo album recorded for Stradivarius label, obtaining great critical acclaim. In the same year she recorded the sonatas for flute and harpsichord by J.E. Galliard, in collaboration with Fabiano Martignago, published with Brilliant Classics label.