Biography

Natalia Lemercier

The Argentine soprano Natalia Lemercier began her piano studies early, which led her to the Universidad Nacional del Litoral, where she also studied composition and graduated as Professor of Singing. He was perfected in Buenos Aires with Mtro. Horacio Amauri (Canto), Rozita Zozoulia and Susana Cardonnet (Repertoire) and Franca Mattiucci (Italy) thanks to a scholarship at the Accademia della Voce de Torino. He also participated in Master Classes with Mariella Devia and Claudio Desderi. It was perfected in Barcelona with Montserrat Caballé.

She made her debut as the priestess in Verdi's “Aida” very young, and later began a promising international career with repertoire of “bel canto”, Verdi and Mozart in European and South American theaters. She is considered a singer-actress, since she leaves her mark in each performance and moves her audience not only with her voice but also with her dramatic streak.

His repertoire includes the main characters of bel canto in works such as I puritani, Lucrezia Borgia, Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda, Lucia di Lammermoor, Il pirata, Rigoletto, La Traviata, I Capuleti ei Montecchi, La Fluuta Mágica, Don Giovanni (Donna Anna and Donna Elvira), Cosí fan tutte, Idomeneo, Las Bodas de Figaro, Carmen and Madame Butterfly.

The role that launched her in Europe was the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute with the Bayerische Kammeroper in Germany and at the Opera Festival in Florence. Later she would debut what would be her most significant role: Violetta Valery in "La traviata" at the Teatro delle Erbe in Milan, Teatro Manzoni in Monza, Alassio Festival, Varese Ligure Summer Festival, Schloss Braunfels (Germany) and Operaviva Festival in Magnitogorsk (Russia).

South America saw her triumph as Donna Anna in "Don Giovanni", "Lucrezia Borgia" and "I Puritani" at the Municipal Theater of Santiago (Chile), Condesa in "The Weddings of Figaro" at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and the Olympic Theater of Vicenza (Italy), in addition to two tours of Spain and France in 2008 and 2014. Musetta has sung in "La bohème" and Gilda in "Rigoletto", both at the Teatro delle Erbe (Milan), Adina in "The elixir of love" at the Opera Giocosa in Savona, Corinna in "The trip to Reims" at the Municipal Theater of Piacenza, the Rossini Festival in Lugo and the Verdi Theater in Busseto.

He has actively participated in Concerts with La Nuova Arca de Torino in prestigious halls in Turin, Teatro Alfieri de Asti, Parma, Tortona, and in a tour in China in 2006. In 2015 he has participated with great success in the Concerto “Fuoco di gioia” at the Teatro Regio in Parma.

In 2008 she was the winner of the 1st absolute prize for Singing at the Viguzzolo Singing Competition (Italy).

In 2011, she was distinguished with the “Outstanding” award for her career, awarded in her hometown (Rafaela, Argentina).

Since 2011 he alternates his concert activity with teaching, conducting successful Master Classes in Argentina, (Rafaela, Santa Fe, Buenos Aires, Cordoba), Seville, Tomares, Murcia (Spain), Magnitogorsk (Russia), Goa (India) among other cities. . He has participated in the II and III Conference of Voice and Song in Castellón de la Plana as an exponent and soloist.

He has collaborated with directors such as Sergio Siminovich, Pierangelo Gelmini, Alessandro Steffanelli, Wolfgang Kurz, Giancarlo Di Lorenzo, Bruno Nicoli, Gianluca Marcianò, Darrell Ang, Aldo Sissillo, Georghe Buhl, Pedro Pablo Prudencio, José Luis Domínguez, Roberto Paternostro, Francesco Cavaliere and with régisseurs such as Rosetta Cucchi, Davide Livermore, Gabbris Ferraris, Aldo Tarabella, Jean Louis Pichon, Candace Evans, Pierfrancesco Maestrini, Alfonso Antoniozzi and Emilio Sagi.

He has assiduously collaborated with Sergio Merletti in various concerts in Italy. They have made together the CD "Passion for Belcanto" with arias by Donizetti and Bellini.

He currently lives in Germany where he perfects his repertoire with Raminta Lampsatis, taking on more dramatic roles. Her particular vocal color, solid technique and ductility in the repertoire make this lyrical coloratura soprano one of the most promising voices on the current lyrical scene.