Lyric-light soprano born in Puerto de Sagunto (Valencia), studying at the Joaquín Rodrigo Conservatory of Valencia, completing her training with baritones Francisco Valls and Carlos Chausson.
She has worked under the baton of musical directors such as Zubin Mehta, Lorin Maazel, Carlo Rizzi, Paolo Arrivabeni, Carlo Montanaro, Patrick Fourniller, A. Zedda, J. López Cobos, and stage directors such as Emilio Sagi, Gian Carlo del Mónaco, Luís Olmos, Michal Znaniecki, Massimo Gasparon, Daniele Abbado, Damiano Michieletto, Daniel Slater, Nicolás Joel, etc.
Silvia Vázquez has performed internationally at theaters such as the Teatro Scala in Milan directed by Lorin Maazel, Teatro Comunale in Florence directed by Zubin Mehta, Grand Théâtre du Genève, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Opera Royal Walloni in Liège, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Wexford Opera Festival, Opera Theater in Ghent, Ravello Music Festival, as well as national theaters such as Palau de les Arts in Valencia Reina Sofia, Teatro Euskalduna in Bilbao, Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, Teatro Campoamor in Oviedo, Teatro Arriaga in Bilbao, among others.
about my work
List of works and author, as well as the character I have played throughout my career
|Capuleti e Montecchi. (Giulietta)||V. Bellini.|
|Les Pêcheurs de Perles. (Leïla)||G. Bizet|
|Lakmé. (Lakmé)||L. Delibes|
|L’elisir d’amore. (Adina)||G. Donizetti|
|Linda de Chamounix. (Linda)||G. Donizetti|
|Don Pasquale. (Norina)||G. Donizetti|
|La Sonnambula. (Amina)||G. Donizetti|
|Lucia di Lammermoor. (Lucia)||G. Donizetti|
|La fille du régimen. (Marie)||G. Donizetti|
|Roméo et Juliette. (Juliette)||Ch. Gounod|
|Manon. (Manon)||J. Massenet|
|Le nozze di figaro. (Susanna)||W.A.Mozart|
|Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Blonde)||W.A.Mozart|
|Les Contes d’Hoffmann. (Olympia)||J. Offenbach|
|Ariadne auf Naxos. (Zerbinetta)||R. Strauss|
|The Rake’s Progress (Anne Trulove)||Í. Stravinski|
|Hamlet (Ophélie)||A. Thomas|
|Le Comte Ory. (Adèle)||G.Rossini|
|Rigoletto. (Gilda)||G. Verdi|
|Falstaff. (Nanetta)||G. Verdi|
what they think of me
The Saguntine soprano Silvia Vázquez gave an outstanding performance. Her “mad scene” had very brilliant moments and she sang like an experienced light soprano with well-emitted voice and show-stopping high notes.— Nino Dentici
The Valencian soprano Silvia Vázquez demonstrated that she remains a high-quality lyric-light soprano, with magnificent vocal emissions in all vocal registers. Her role in this work is absolutely delightful.— J.M.
“Music expresses all that can’t be said in words and cannot remain in silence..”