Auxiliadora Toledano Redondo, 2013 FPdGi Arts and Literature Award

The jury has awarded him for being an artist unique who is likely to go down in the history of opera for her musical and performing talent.

Auxiliadora Toledano Redondo. Córdoba, 1978. She began her singing and piano studies in Córdoba and completed them with a Special Distinction at the Conservatory of Salamanca. She took postgraduate courses at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC) and courses in performance and lied with Teresa Berganza, R. Giménez, W. Rieger and Enedina Lloris. She has worked oratorio repertoire with G. Türk in Basel, taken part at the Accademia Rossinianain Pesaro with Alberto Zedda and at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome with Renata Scotto. She complemented her training with courses in performance and lied with Nancy Argenta, Manuel Cid, Assumpta Mateu, Francisco Poyato, Mitsuko Shirai, Robert Expert, Jorge Robaina and Miguel Zanetti, among others. She has given recitals of lieder, opera and zarzuela in different places in Spain and Europe. She has received awards in numerous competitions, including the Associazione Agimus of Catania (Italy) Special Distinction and the 45th International Singing Contest Francesc Viñas in Barcelona (January 2008).

She debuted in 2008 with Doña Francisquita at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona. She took part in L’Ape Musicale by Lorenzo da Ponte (in the Foyer of the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona), in Il Viaggio a Reims by Rossini (at the Teatro Arriaga Antzokia in Bilbao) and at the Palacio de Festivales de Cantabria (Santander) with Alberto Zedda and Emilio Sagi, in Le pescatrici by Haydn (in Vienna), and in Demofoonte by Jommelli” (at the Ravenna Festival and at the Opera Garnier in Paris) with Riccardo Muti, among others.

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