ISABELLA GAUDÌ soprano

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English speaking countries & various projects
Susanna Stefani Caetani

General Management
Inés Tartiere
Tartiere Artist Management

biography

The Spanish soprano Isabella Gaudí, born in Barcelona, began her musical studies in 2003 while studying for a degree in Translation and Interpretation at Pompeu Fabra University.

During her vocational training she has studied with numerous prestigious teachers including Raquel Pierotti, Raúl Giménez, Francesca Roig and Luciana Serra. She is currently studying with Mariella Devia and Jaume Aragall.

Isabella has performed in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Colombia, the United States and Japan, in theatres including Teatro Real in Madrid, El Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, El Palau de la Música, Teatro Campoamor, Teatro de la Zarzuela, L’Auditori, Théâtre Roger Barat, Vlaamse Opera, Rossini Theater in Pesaro, Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Caramoor Festival, among others, and under the baton of conductors including Alberto Zedda, Michael Boder, Pablo Heras-Casado, Will Crutchfield, Guillermo García Calvo, Antonio Fogliani, Jean Luc Tingaud, Guerassim Voronkov, Giovanni Battista Rigon, Josep Pons, Corrado Rova-ris and with stage directors including Robert Carsen, Joan Anton Rechi, Guy Joosten, Oliver Py, Nicola Berloffa, Rafael de Castro, Michal Znaniecki and Rafel Duran.

Isabella has won First Prize in the International Contest of Logroño and First Prize in the Premià de Mar Lyric Contest. After performing at the Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro, she won the role of Contessa di Folleville. The versatility of her voice has enabled her to approach roles of different composers with ease, from baroque to contemporary music, and this is one of the great
strengths in her repertoire.

Among her next projects we highlight her return to the Teatro Olímpico de Vicenza with the role of Giulia in La Scala di Seta, her debut at the Peralada Festival with a new composition based on Tirant lo Blanc and her return to the Theater Real and the Gran Teatro del Liceo with Lessons in Love and Violence.

videos

Sotelo, El Público’

Glitter and be Gay

repertoire

Bach Matthäus Passion
Bach Johannes Passion
Bach Weihnachtsoratoratorium Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen
Balducci Il noce di Benevento - Lauretta
Bellini La Sonnambula - Amina, Lisa
Beethoven 9th Symphony
Berg Lulu - Lulu
Bernstein Candide - Cunégonde
Bernstein West Side Story - Maria
Bizet Carmen - Frasquita, Micaela
Bizet Les pecheurs de perles - Leïla
Brahms Ein Deutches Requiem
Donizetti Don Pasquale -  Norina
Donizetti Linda di Chamounix - Linda
Donizetti La favorita - Inés
Donizetti La fille du Régiment - Marie
Donizetti L’elisir d’amore - Adina
Donizetti Lucia di Lammermoor - Lucia
Dvorak Te Deum
Glière Konzert für koloratursopran
Gounod Cäcilienmesse
Gounod Romeo et Juliette - Juliette

Haendel Alcina - Morgana
Haendel Der Messias
Haydn Nelson Messe Die Schöpfung
Humperdink Hänsel and Gretel - Gretel
Ligeti Le Grand Macabre - Gepopo
Meyerbeer Les Huguenots - Marguérite de Valois
Mahler II, IV, VIII Symphony
Mozart Die Zauberföte - Königin der Nacht, Papagena, Erste Dame
Mozart Don Giovanni - Donna Anna, Zerlina, Donna Elvira
Mozart Die Entführung aus dem serail - Kontstanze, Blonchen
Mozart Così fan tutte - Despina, Fiordiligi
Mozart Missa in C
Mozart Exsultate Jubilate
Mozart Grabmusik
Mozart Popoli di Tessaglia
Mozart Ma che vi fece, o stelle
Mozart Mia speranza adorata
Mozart Requiem
Offenbach Les Contes d’Hoffmann - Olympia
Orff Carmina Burana
Pergolesi La Serva Padrona - Serpina
Pergolesi Stabat Mater
Poulenc Gloria Stabat Mater
Previn Vocalise for soprano and violoncello
Ravel L’enfant et les sortilèges - Le feu
Rossini Il viaggio à Reims - Contessa di Folleville
Rossini La Cenerentola - Clorinda
Rossini Armida - Armida

Rossini Ciro in Babilonia - Argene
Rossini Il signor Bruschino - Sofia
Rossini Petite Messe Sollennelle
Schubert Messe es-Dur, D950
Schumann Spanichrd Liederbuch op, 138 and 74
Sotelo El Público - Julieta
Strauss J. Die Flefermaus - Adele
Strauss J. Frühlingsstimmen-Waltzer
Strauss R. Der Rosenkavalier - Sophie
Strauss R. Ariadne auf Naxos - Zerbinetta
Stravinsky Le Rossignol - Rossignol
Thomas Mignon - Mignon
Thomas Hamlet - Ofelie
Verdi Un Ballo in Maschera - Oscar
Verdi Falstaff - Nannetta
Verdi La traviata - Violetta
Verdi Rigoletto - Gilda
Wagner Götterdämmerung - Woglinde
Wagner Die Walküre - Gerhilde
Wagner Das Rheingold - Woglinde

ZARZUELA
Arrieta Marina - Marina
Asenjo El Barberillo de Lavapiés - Paloma
LLeò La corte del Faraón - Lota
Martinez Valls R. Cançó d’amor i de guerra - Francina
Nieto M. / Giménez G. El barbero de Sevilla - Elena
Sorozabal La tabernera del Puerto - Marola
Vives Doña Francisquita - Francisquita

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