Maria Brizzi Giorgi was an Italian organist, composer and pianist noted for her improvisational ability.
She was born in Bologna into a musical family, and began to perform in public at an early age.
She served as organist and choral director from 1787-1789 with the Sisters of Saint Bartholomew in Ancona, and then returned to Bologna where she continued her studies in music Brizzi married Luigi Giorgi in 1793 and opened a salon, continuing to perform as a pianist in Europe. She was admired as a performer, and Haydn, Muzio Clementi and Leopold Kozeluch dedicated works to her.
A military march composed by Brizzi was performed for Napoleon when he passed through Bologna in 1807.
She died in Bologna after childbirth at the age of 36.
She taught music and was member of the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna.