Katia Escalera

Katia Escalera

Katia Escalera, soprano, has won critical acclaim worldwide for her vocal beauty and versatility, musical sensitivity and natural stage presence on the operatic and concert stage. Her international career includes performances in world eminent halls such as Teatro Colón, War Memorial San Francisco Opera House, Concertgebouw, Wigmore Hall, Hagia Sophia, to mention a few. She has sung under the baton of distinguished conductors such as Richard Bonynge, Charles Dutoit, Donald Runnicles and Helmut Rilling, amongst others. Press releases from La Prensa (La Paz, Bolivia) on her interpretation of Liù TURANDOT, read “It was soprano Katia Escalera (Liù, the slave) who stole the show…Escalera, a privileged soprano, not only was able to melt the frozen heart of Princess Turandot, but also did so to the spectators who rose in standing ovation by the beauty of the fragment she honored.” Opera News remarks, “[Katia Escalera] made the most of it, singing and acting with confidence and panache,” in her performance of THE TSAR’S BRIDE with San Francisco Opera. The San Francisco Classical Voice noted that, “Katia Escalera…has it all: voice, projection, diction, looks, presence,” of her rendition of Brahms repertoire in her Schwabacher Concert Series debut.

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