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Eglise Gutierrez

Soprano

Born in Holguin, Cuba, soprano Eglise Gutiérrez has been named by Opera News as “one of opera’s next wave” .

She has sung in some of the most prestigious venues of the world including Coven Garden London, Teatro Colon Buenos Aires, Wexford Festival, Teatro

Dell’Opera di Roma, Teatro Verdi (Trieste) Zurich, Maggio Musicale Florence, Cagliari, Carnegie Hall, Savonlinna, Berlin, Bellas Artes (Mexico), Tel Aviv, Hamburg, Athens, La Monnaie, Brussels, the Santa Fe Festival, Cincinnati Opera festival, Festival Alfonso Ortiz de Tirado (Mexico) Florida Grand Opera, Liceu de Barcelona, Teatro Real de Madrid, Sarasota Opera Festival, Washington Concert Opera, Caramoor Festival, L’Opéra Comique , Vancouver, Montreal, Ravinia Festival , Michigan Opera Theatre , Seattle Opera etc..in roles such as Lucia, Gilda , Elvira in I Puritani, Violetta, Amina, Lakme, Maria di Rohan, Elvire in La muette de Portici , Cendrillion , Juliette in Capuleti e I Montecchi, Liu (Turandot)

She made her debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden at the 2009-2010 season as Linda di Chammonix, which was also recorded and distributed by Opera Rara under the button of Sir Mark Elder and has subsequently sung La fée in Massenet’s Cendrillon under the button of Bertand de Billy (just out on DVD) with Joyce Didonato. She made her debut in Puerto Rico singing a concert duet with Larry Brownly .She made her Berlin Deutche Oper Debut as Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor (with tenor Roberto Alagna). She made also her debuts at the Teatro Real in Madrid as Elvira I Puritani (with tenor Juan Diego Florez), Dresden as Gilda in Rigoletto, followed by Rigoletto in Zurich with Baritone Leo Nucci and conductor Nello Santi. La Traviata in Seattle, Lucia di Lammermoor in Florida, I Puritani in Cagliari, and a return to Savonlinna as Lucia. She returned to Covent Garden as Amina in La Sonnambula under the button of Daniel Oren.

In February of 2017 she was part of the roster at The Metropolitan Opera as Elvira in I Puritani.