BIO

ENIVIA MURÉ, SOPRANO

 

Since making her debut with the National Opera Company at The Palacio of Bellas Artes in Mexico City singing Floria in “Tosca,” soprano Enivia has sung numerous other roles with this leading company in her native Mexico.  Ms. Mendoza has appeared on the stage of Bellas Artes singing Manon in “Manon Lescaut,” Fidelia in “Edgar,” Nedda in “Pagliacci,” and Micaela in “Carmen.” Ms. Mendoza made her European debut in Braunschweig-Germany as Amelia in “Simon Boccanegra” and her American debut with the Long Beach Opera Company singing the main role Camelia  in “Unicamente la Verdad” by Gabriela Ortíz, a performance hailed by Opera News as “entrancing.”

 

Ms. Mendoza has sung Mimi in “La Bohème,” Leonora in “Il Trovatore,” and Violetta in “La Traviata” in recent productions in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, as well as Donna Elvira in “Don Giovanni” in the Centro Nacional de las Artes in Mexico City.

Ms. Mendoza was featured at the Festival Cervantino 2013, Latin America’s largest festival, singing the soprano solo in a performance of Verdi’s Messa di Requiem with the Filarmónica 5 de Mayo, and with the same orchestra she recorded a new Requiem for Soprano, Tenor, Chorus and Orchestra by Mexican composer Venus Rey.

 

 

Ms. Mendoza has appeared in concert in the Concert Hall of Connecticut-USA and La chiesa della Annunziata in Ravello-Italy, and Mexico City’s Sala Manuel M. Ponce at the Palacio de Bellas Artes and Sala Nezahualcóyotl.

Ms. Mendoza has sung with many respected conductors, such as Christopher Franklin, Niksa Bareza, Ivan Angelov, Maurizio Baldin, Marco Zambelli, Enrique Patrón de Rueda, José Luis Castillo, José Areán, Fernando Lozano, Andreas Mitisek, Rogelio Riojas-Nolasco, David Rosenmeyer, among others.

© Enivia Muré 2015