The Argentine Austrian soprano Daniela Tabernig is one of the most acclaimed opera singers of her generation. Praised by many for the expressive ability of her voice, she has a remarkable international career.
She won the Best Singer Award granted by Music Critics Association and the Honour Diploma from the Konex Foundation (Argentina) as one of the five most important singers of the decade. Daniela Tabernig was born in Santa Fe, Argentina. She graduated with honours both from the Teatro Colón Institute in Buenos Aires, Argentina and from The National Conservatory “Maria Callas” of Athens, Greece.
Daniela has appeared in leading roles at the Teatro Colón in Argentina, and productions in Uruguay, Chile, Mexico, Greece, Colombia, EEUU, Spain and China.
She has been a featured soloist in major concert pieces such as Gioachino Rossini‘s “Petite Messe Solennelle” and “Stabat Mater”, John Rutter´s “Requiem”, Richard Strauss “Vier Letzte Lieder”, Ludwig van Beethoven‘s “Missa Solemnis”, Gustav Mahler´s Eighth Symphony, Franz Joseph Haydn‘s “Die Jahersrzeiten”, Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem and Shostakovich’s Fourteen Symphony.
Daniela Tabernig has performed the following opera roles: Fiordiligi in Cosí fan tutte and Donna Anna in Don Giovanni (WA Mozart), Mimí in La Bohéme, Cio Cio San in Madame Butterfly, Suor Angelica, La Fanciulla del west, Tosca (G. Puccini), Maddalena in Andrea Chenier (U. Giordano), Nedda in Pagliacci (R. Leoncavallo), Micaela in Carmen (G. Bizet), Marguerite in Faust (Ch. Gounod),
Margarita in Mefistófeles (A. Bonito), Desdemona in Otello (G. Verdi), Rusalka (A. Dvorak), Jenufa (Janacek), Tatiana in Eugene Onegin (PI Tchaikovsky).
She has also starred in works from the modern repertoire: Amanda in Le Grand Macabre (G. Ligeti), Beatrix in Beatrix Cenci
(A. Ginastera) Aricia at the world premiere of Fedra (M. Perusso), Simona Fabien in Volo di notte (L. Dallapiccola) and
Margaret Argyll at the Latin American premiere of Powder her face (T. Adés).
Daniela worked with talented directors like Andrés Orozco Estrada, Christian Badea, Marc Piollet, Julian Kuerti, Srba Dinic, Carlos Vieu, Enrique Arturo Diemecke, Mario Perusso, Alejo Pérez, Cristian Baldini, Carmen Morales, Baldur Brönnimann, Wolfgang Wengenroth, Lucia Zicos, Emilio Sagi, José Cura, Marcelo Lombardero, Pablo Maritano, Rita Cosentino, Pedro Salazar, Alejandro Tantanian y Rubén Szuchmacher.
Teatro Argentino, La Plata. Teatro Bicentenario, San Juan. Teatro El Círculo, Rosario.
Teatro Mayor Santo Domingo, Bogotá Colombia. Teatro El Círculo, Rosario Argentina.
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires Argentina. Teatro Bellas Artes, Mexico. Buenos Aires Lírica, teatro Avenida.