Claudia García Briceño

mezzo or alto voice

CLAUDIA is a young Venezuelan mezzosoprano who has been involved in El Sistema since her beginnings in music. As a chorister, she has sung under eminent conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle and Gustavo Dudamel. To date, Claudia has played several roles in national opera productions under renowned Venezuelan conductors like Diego Mattheuz, Rodolfo Saglimbeni, and Isabel Palacios.

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Short Profile

NameGarcía Briceño, Claudia
Date of Birth1990-12-26
Born inVenezuela, South America
Home LocationMadrid, Spain
Main languageSpanish; Castilian
Additional languages English,  French 
attended UniversitiesUniversidad Central de Venezuela, Escuela de Artes (Central University of Venezuela, Arts College)

Il trionfo dell'Onore (A. Scarlatti)
Caracas National Theatre
Je ne t'aime pas, Kurt Weill
First encore during the recital of chanson française Verlaine: Poesía Recurrente (Verlaine, Recurring Poetry) in Teresa Carreño Theatre, with pianist Mariantonia Palacios. In Caracas, Venezuela, August 6th. 

Cavalleria Rusticana (P. Mascagni)
Caracas Municipal Theatre

Charlotte: Va! Laisse couler mes larmes (Massenet)
I sang this marvelous aria during a recital set up by Amigos de la Ópera de Madrid (Madrid Opera's Friends), at the Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid hall with the Venezuelan pianist Teresa Cos. 
First Witch
Dido&Aeneas (H. Purcell)
Anna Julia Rojas Hall
Berta's aria
Che vecchio sospettoso!... Il vecchiotto cerca moglio, from Rossini's Barber of Seville, with the Simon Bolivar Orchestra and under the conduction of Diego Matheuz. 
La Ciesca
Gianni Schicchi (G. Puccini)
Teresa Carreño Theatre
Shéhérazade, by Ravel
La flûte enchantée and L'indifférent, with the Simon Bolivar Orchestra and the conduction of Christian Vásquez. 
Flora, zingarelle scene
La Traviata (G. Verdi)
Ríos-Reyna Hall, Teresa Carreño Theatre
Kate Pinkerton
Madama Butterfly (G. Puccini)
Caracas Municipal Theatre
Orfeo, favola in musica (C. Monteverdi)
Teresa Carreño Theatre.