Diomari Montoya is a coloratura soprano from Venezuela living in Switzerland. Singing is her passion and therefore she started as a little girl in numerous choirs and ensembles, learning both about contemporaneous and traditional music of her country. Later, as a soloist and in choirs she has performed successfully in concerts and operas in Italy, Brazil, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom and Switzerland.
Starting in autumn 2014, Diomari Montoya performs as Papagena and Queen of the Night in the Magic Flute in the Music Theatre Berne in Switzerland.
Thanks to her achievements during her first Master under Markus Eiche at the University of Zurich (ZHdK), Switzerland, Diomari Montoya was offered to proceed with the highly sought- after Master in Specialized Music Performance at the same institution under Yvonne Naef.
During her first master studies in Switzerland, Diomari Montoya acted and sang as Elisa in "Il Re Pastore" in June 2014, in "In Flagranti" including arias from Rigoletto/Gilda, Pelléas et Melisande/Yniold in December 2013 and as Ännchen in "Freischiessen" in May 2013.
Further more, Diomari Montoya performed admirably as soloist in "African Sanctus" (Zurich, January 2014), on special invitation for Benjamin Britten's 100th anniversary celebrations as Tytania in "Midsummer night's dream" (Yorke Trust, United Kingdom, July 2013) and under the direction of the opera house Zurich in "Ein Stein im Klee" in April 2013. She was on stage as Serpina in "La Serva Padrona" in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2012, after having graduated "cum laude" at the University of Merida, Venezuela, in music/mention lyric singing under William Alvarado
Diomari Montoya saw master classes with Verena Keller, David Cowan, Isolde Siebert and Marcel Boone and special classes with Margaret Chalker, Darren Hargan and Anna Sorano.