Amalia Avilán

The Colombian Lyric Soprano Amalia Avilán was a member of the 2016 edition Masterclasses of Joyce DiDonato at Carnegie Hall that has successfully broadcasted by

Her warm and round timbre, years of dedication and perseverance have led her to perform in great venues including: Julio Mario Santodomingo’s Theater in Colombia, La Monnaie, Flagey and Bozar in Belgium, The Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Greece to name a few. She debuted in 2017 Eurydice (Orphée, Gluck/Berlioz) Colombia’s opera, Mimì (La Bohème, Puccini), Countess Ceprano (Rigoletto, Verdi), Manuela (Romeo and Juliette, Gounod), A Young lady and Spirit (Cendrillon, Massenet) and projects in her repertory roles as Desdemona (Otello,Verdi) and Liu (Turandot, Puccini).

She speaks fluently Spanish, English and French, studied musical pedagogy at the Pedagogy National University of Colombia, singing with the Cuban baryton Ramón Calzadilla before going on to a 4 years opera studio program in Belgium at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in the class of José van Dam. Supported by the European Opera Network (Enoa) she has been given the opportunity to work with Tom Krause, Anita Garanča, Cheryl Studer and June Anderson among other great artists.

She performs throughout Europe, Colombia, and Chile concerts and recitals, and recently debuted Mozart’s Requiem with the Bogota’s Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Patrick Fournillier and with the Opera of Colombia, Euridice (Orfeo, Gluck/Berlioz) next to the Cali’s Philharmonic Orchestra, musical direction of Adrián Chamorro and stage direction of Alejandro Chacón.