Guatemalan soprano Adriana González Portrait by Marine Cessat-Begler at the Musée du Louvre in Paris. Makeup used by Kiko Milano.

"González is simply stunning. I haven’t been so enthusiastic about a young soprano in a very long time."

- Opera News

Barcelona Opera
18, 22, 27 June
1 July 2021
Mimi (Role Debut)
Giampaolo Bisanti, conductor

Alex Ollè, stage direction

La Bohème

Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona

Image by Milan Zmátlo
4 July 2021
 Mārtiņš Ozoliņš, conductor
Latvian National Opera Orchestra & Choir

Gala Concert

Latvian national opera & Ballet

Image by Nathan Cima
18 July 2021
Bachianas Brasileiras, soprano solo
Santtu-Matias Rouvali, conductor
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France

Concert

Festival de radio france, Montpellier

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JUN 2021

adriana's Mimì debut 
in Barcelona

After making her debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in 2017, Ms. González returns the Catalan opera to make her debut in the role of Mimì in Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème under the baton of Giampaolo Bisanti.

 

Àlex Ollé's staging makes a bold re-reading of the opera, choosing a working-class area as the backcloth to this hankering for bygone years, for that fleeting moment when Mimì and Rodolfo were happy. 

 

Ms. González's performances are on the 18th, 22nd, 27 of June and 1st of July 2021.

If you're in Barcelona, write to Adriana to get a special discount for your tickets. 

9 FEB 2021

second album
with iñaki encina oyón

In February Ms. González and conductor Iñaki Encina Oyón return to the Cultural Center Gustav Mahler in Toblach, South Tyrol to record their second album. 

 

The project in hand is a recording of the complete songs by Isaac Albéniz. Songs are written in Spanish, Italian, French and English. 

You can listen to the established duo perform some of Albéniz's Italian songs from their tour in the Basque Country here. 

"Isaac Abléniz: Complete Songs" is due to be released in Autumn 2021. 

Listen to her first award winning album here.

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