ANDREA GONZALEZ CORTIANA

Classical singer, soprano

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She began her musical studies at the National Conservatory of Music Carlos Lopez Buchardo.

She studied philosophy at the Buenos Aires University. Her main teachers were Susana Moreno, Aida Fileni, Ricardo Ortale and Pablo Basualdo (singing) ; Jorge Ugartamendía and Vicente Laferla (repertoire); Carlos Koffmann and Oscar Piluso (chamber repertoire) and Raquel Barbieri, Lizzie Waisse and Jorge de Lassaletta (drama).

She also studied with Victor Torres (Teatro Colón), Mirella Freni (Italia), Carlos Aranzay (Royal Opera House), Irena Sylya and Elizabeth Vice Cavalli (Panamá), Robert Thieme (West Virginia University).

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She has attended “Clown, tragic pleasure” by Gabriel Chame. She has sang Stabat Mater (Rossini), Stabat Mater (Pergolesi), Mass in C Major (Beethoven), Glory Mass (Puccini), Mese solennelle de Ste. Cecilie (Gounod) and German Requiem (Brahms), Magnificat (Buxtehude).

She has performed “an opera singer” directed by Adrian Blanco and opera Argentine composer scenes at the Buenos Aires Opera House conducted by Adelaida Negri. She has released “The ball of Reading gaol” (A. Krieger music). She also has performed Lauretta (Puccini), Suor Angelica (Puccini), Micaela (Bizet), Nella (Puccini), Contessa di Almaviva (Mozart) , Suzel (Mascagni), Giannetta (Donizetti), Duchess (Respighi).