Daniela Tabernig
Soprano

Biography

She was born in Santa Fe City, Argentina, in 1978. She first showed her interest in the world of the arts as a young girl, developing and nourishing her creativity in dancing and literature, among other art forms. She was soloist of the “Children and Youth Choir of Santo Tomé Municipality”, conducted by María Elena Boero, and participated in numerous performances in several Argentine cities.

Her teachers were Ana Sirulnik, Marcela Esoin, Guillermo Opitz, Susana Cardonet, Hara Sabino, Alejandra Malvino, among others.

As a soloist she has sung -at the "Colón" and "Avenida" theaters in Buenos Aires, the SODRE of Montevideo city, "Argentino" theater in La Plata city- the parts of Micaela (Carmen), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Tatyana (Eugene Onegin), Margherita (Faust), Mimí (La Bohème), Cio-Cio San (Madama Butterfly), Nedda (Pagliacci), Desdemona (Otello), Beatrix Cenci (Beatrix Cenci), Simona Fabien (Volo di notte) Jenufa (Jenufa), Rusalka (Rusalka), Viclinda (I Lombardi alla prima crocciata), Pedro (Don Quichotte), Aricia (Fedra), Amanda (Le grand Macabre) among others. On the other hand, she performed chorus-symphonic repertoire as the "Requiem" (Verdi), the Second, Four and Eighth Symphonies (Mahler), the "Petite messe solennelle" and "Stabat Mater" (Rossini) the "Magnificat" (Rutter) and the "Misa Solemnis"(Beethoven). Likewise she performed the "Last four songs" of R. Strauss with the Filarmónica of Medellín and Santa Fe Symphonic orchestras.

Among her academic achievements are the diplomas of Music Professor conferred by “Constancio Carmiño Institute” of Paraná City, Argentina; of the Singing Carreer conferred by the Arts Institute of Teatro Colón Opera House in Buenos Aires; and from the “Odeio Athinon”, National Conservatory of Athens, where she was graduated with honors.

In recognition of her dedication and skills, she received the support from agencies such as the “Chamber Music Foundation” (Fundación Música de Cámara), led by maestro Guillermo Opitz, the "National Fund for the Arts", the "Colón Theatre Foundation", "Mozarteum", "Accentus Foundation" and the Ministry of Culture of Greece.

She was awarded with the first prize in the singing category of  "Mozarteum" and "María Callas" competitions, the latter organized by the Greek Embassy in Argentina, and she was finalist in the "New Lyrical Voices" contest organized by the Colón Theatre and twice semifinalist in the "Montserrat Caballé Contest". She also participated in the "Neue Stimme - Belvedere" and "Francisco Viñas" competitions.She was awarded the “Stimulus Prize” granted by the "Association of Argentine Critics".

She participated in the Master Classes and the “Commemorative Concert for the 150th Birth Anniversary of Giacomo Puccini”, organized by Montserrat Caballé, in the Zaragoza Auditorium, Spain.

Her next commitments involves the soprano part of "The Seasons" (J. Haydn), Ninth Symphony (L.v. Beethoven), "Powder her face" (Thomas Adés), "Don Giovanni" (-Donna Anna- W.A. Mozart), "Requiem" (J. Brahms), "Suor Angelica" (G. Puccini).