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Anabel De la Mora

Soprano

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CURRENT SEASON

Anabel De la Mora is a rising name of the leggero-coloratura sopranos. Her recent Rossini Opera Gala invited by Javier Camarena at the National Auditorium (10,000 seats) consolidated her as the leading coloratura soprano Mexico’s.

 

Among her upcoming engagements, Anabel will be singing Lakmé in Mexico City and Festival Cervantino, Marzelline (Fidelio), with the National Symphony; Die Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte) in Ecuador; Mahler’s Symphony No.2 in Mexico City; the world premiere of a new opera by Mexican composer Federico Ibarra at Bellas Artes in Mexico City; St John’s Passion  and Strauss’ Vier letzte Lieder .


PAST ENGAGEMENTS

Past appearances include Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflöte), Adina (L’elisir d’amore), Marzeline (Fidelio),  Laurette (Le Docteur Miracle), Euridice (Orfeo e Euridice by Glück), Gilda, Comtesse Adele (Le Comte Ory). Anabel has appeared in the most important stages in her native Mexico, including Palacio de Bellas Artes, Sala Nezahualcoyotl, National Auditorium and National Palace.

 

Anabel has appeared in the most important stages in her native Mexico, including Palacio de Bellas Artes, Sala Netzahualcoyotl, Guadalajara’s Teatro Degollado, Teatro Bicentenario and National Auditorium. 

 

Anabel studied music and opera in Mexico, New York City (Juilliard), and Bern, Switzerland. She has collaborated with conductors including Carlos Spierer, Srba Dinic, Iván López-Reynoso.

 

 

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"Javier Camarena canta a México" Galas - Soprano - April 2018

the beautiful duet of Elcia and Osiride from Mosè in Egitto, masterfully sung by soprano Anabel de la Mora and Javier Camarena. Their voices blended perfectly and both embodied each of their characters with passion. De la Mora's voice has a bell-like quality that rings and shines in the high register and has warmth in the middle register. Camarena sang with elegance and ethereal phrasing.

- OperaClick, Ingrid HaasRead the article


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