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Nuria Rial

Nuria Rial

born in 1975 in Manresa, Barcelona, Spain

Links www.nuriarial.com (English)

Nuria Rial

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Núria Rial[1] (born 1975 in Manresa, Catalonia, Spain) is a Catalan soprano. She began her musical studies in 1995 at the Barcelona Conservatory, finishing with a diploma in both voice and piano. From 1998 to 2002, she was a member of the Konzertklasse of Kurt Widmer at the Music Academy of Basel, where she received a diploma as a soloist.

In recent years, Rial has specialized in the music of the renaissance and baroque eras, such as the works of Handel and Monteverdi. Her repertoire also includes Mozart opera roles, as well as, German, French, Catalan and Spanish art songs.

In 2009, Rial won the ECHO Klassik Award for Young Female Artist of the Year.[2] In 2012 she won the award for the Opera Recording of the Year, arias by Georg Philipp Telemann accompanied by the Kammerorchester Basel.[3]

Discography

  • Francisco Guerrero: Motecta (1997)
  • Miguel de Fuenllana: Orphenica Lyra 1554 (1999)
  • Spanish album (compilation 2CD 1999, 2000) Glossa
  • Claros y Frescos Ríos – Songs and Instrumentals from the Spanish Renaissance (2000)
  • Memorial Duke Ellington: Live concert (2001)
  • Francesco Corselli: El Concierto Español (2002)
  • George Frideric Handel: Lotario (2004)
  • Orphénica Lyra: Música en el Quijote (2004)
  • Emilio de' Cavalieri: Rappresentatione di Anima, et di Corpo (2004)
  • Bach/Handel (2005)
  • Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: Stabat Mater (2005)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (2006)
  • Luigi Rossi: Oratorio per la Settimana Santa. Cantalupi (2006)
  • Roberto Cacciapaglia: Quarto tiempo. (2007)
  • George Frideric Handel: Riccardo Primo (2007)
  • Elemér Balázs Group and Núria Rial: Early Music (2007)
  • George Frideric Handel: Duetti Amorosi (2008)
  • Ave Maria, various composers, with Bell Arte Salzburg, Annegret Siedel (2008)
  • Claudio Monteverdi: Teatro d'Amore (2008) with Philippe Jaroussky, Ensemble L'Arpeggiata and Christina Pluhar
  • George Frideric Handel: Aminta e Fillide - Le Cantate Italiane di Handel, La Risonanza, GLOSSA (2008)
  • Joseph Haydn: Arie per un'Amante (2009)
  • George Frideric Handel: Süße Stille, sanfte Quelle (2009)
  • Via Crucis: Works of Claudio Monteverdi, Tarquinio Merula, Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (2010) with Ensemble L'Arpeggiata and Christina Pluhar
  • Monteverdi Vespers
  • George Frideric Handel: Athalia (2010)
  • George Frideric Handel: Judas Maccabaeus (2010)
  • Joaquín Rodrigo: La Obra Vocal – Antoni Ros Marbá, director (6CD 2010)
  • Georg Philipp Telemann: Opera arias DHM (2011)
  • Marianna Martines: cantatas "Il Primo Amore" DHM (2011)
  • Bach Arias, Kammerorchester Basel, Julia Schröder DHM (2013)
  • Sospiri d'amanti, Hasse, Fux, Gasparini etc, Artemandoline DHM (2014)

References

  1. ^ Albert Torrens, "Núria Rial - Una veu catalana al cor d'Europa" in Catalunya música: Revista musical catalana, ISSN 1136-7458, Nº. 327, 2012, pp. 10–13 "Des que fa més de deu anys es va installar a la ciutat suïssa de Basilea, la soprano catalana Núria Rial s'ha anat fent un lloc, amb discreció però amb constància, al panorama líric centreeuropeu."
  2. ^ Spahr, Wolfgang (19 October 2009). "ECHO Klassik Awards Broadcast Attracts 1.8 Million". Billboard
  3. ^ "Nuria Rial/ Kammerorchster Basel/ Julia Schröder". Echo Klassik. Archived from the original on 3 February 2014. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 

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