Born and raised in La Jolla, California, Rossina began piano studies at the age of four. After achieving international recognition within the first few years of her career, Italo-Shanghainese prodigy wunderkind Rossina, made her formal soloist debut. At eight years old, Copley Hall sold out for the youngest pianist to ever grace it's stage with the San Diego Symphony.
Critics hailed her as a prodigy "well beyond her years", citing that Rossina was "an absolute star, bringing audiences to their feet." Sina was then accepted to the Juilliard School of Music, at eleven years of age, where she premiered at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, with standing ovations to her performance of Chopin's First Piano Concerto. Sina continued to tour extensively throughout Europe and Asia.
She has received reception and recognition from illustrious artists such as Gary Graffman(Curtis Institute), Dmitri Bashkirov(Tchaikovsky Competition, Reina Sofia School), Dame Fanny Waterman DBE(Leeds Competition), Gábor Takács-Nagy(Takács Quartet, Verbier Festival) and Yu Long(China Philharmonic).
She was then unanimously chosen to attend the Glenn Gould School.
Rossina is the longest-standing recipient and only female winner of the Ihnatowycz Prize in piano, an award previously held by Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki. During her studies, Rossina developed almost 60 hours of solo, chamber, and concerti repertoire whilst debuting six albums across all streaming platforms. Signing a two year contract with British boutique management, Polyphony Arts, Rossina continues her artistic pursuits, and is happily married.