W.A. Mozart, Requiem
Conductor: Salvador Brotons, Orquesta Sinfònica de les Isles Balears “Ciudat de Palma”
Place and date: Cathredral of
, 19.05.2011 Palma de Mallorca, Spain
D. del Puerto, Carmen Replay, Coproduction of Teatro Real de Madrid and Spanish Nacional Dancing Company leading role (Carmen)
Conductor: D. del Puerto
Places and dates:
Antwerpen (Fries Festival),
, 28.06.2011 Belgium
A. Vivaldi, La Senna Festeggiante, leading role (“L’Etá dell’oro”)
Conductor: Álvaro Marías, Barroque Ensemble Zarabanda
Place and date: Auditoro Fundación Botín, Santander, 30.06.2011
G. Mahler, IV Simphony,
Conductor: P. Csaba
Place and date: Santander (Palacio de Festivales), Spain, 8.07.2011
F. Panisello, Canciones de Silvia
Conductor: F. Panisello, Plural Ensemble
Place and date: Recording of Panisello’s vocal works as a part of the recording of his whole production,
, 8.2011 Jerusalem
D. del Puerto, World Première Vacaguaré, opera produced by Terenife Opera Festival, leading role (Princess Acerina).
Conductor: A. Soriano
Director: G. del Mónaco.
Place and date: Auditorio de Tenerife (Tenerife Opera Festival), 10.2011
W. A. Mozart, Die Entführung aus dem Serail, (Konstanze)
Conductor: H. Schellenberger
Place and date: Sevilla (Teatro de la Maestranza),
, season 2012-2013 Spain
J. Haydn, L'infedeltà delusa (Sandrina)
Conductor: H. Schellenberger
Place and date: Stockolm (Stockolm Opera Theater),
, season 2013-2014 Sweden
"... she has a perfect diction, an impeccable pronunciation, a safe and thorough vocal technic, a voice of rare beauty and, above all, the essential, an exquisite musicality. I remember that their actuation created a magical silence, with a very high expectance, like in a concert hall, when the place and circumstance were not particularly suitable for such situation. I think Laia Falcón it is more than a promise, is an undeniable fact, which I hope to hear soon, again and again "
(José Luis Pérez de Arteaga,
Report to the Interpreters Association, AIE, May 20, 2010)
" I underline Laia Falcón's scenic ability and her amazing expressive power."
(Mirella Freni, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, April 2009)
"… surprised me very vividly the perfect vocal control and beautiful tone of Laia Falcon, as well as how to adapt the expressive possibilities of her voice and personality to so many different musical styles, whether Handel, Schubert and Kurt Weill. For me it is one of the few rising stars in the world of singers. "
(Hansjörg Schellenberger, report, April 2009)
"Laia Falcon has a unique voice, of a beautiful color and exceptional quality to lead the public to their own musical and scenic areas ..."
(Barbara Bonney, Théâtre de Chatelet in
, March 2005). Paris
Laia Falcon has been a soloist at venues such as the "Foyer Toscanini" of Teatro alla Scala in Milan, room "F. Gold" of the Palais Garnier in Paris, the "Wiener Saal" and the "Grossen Saal" (In the Salzburg Festspiele) of the Mozarteum, the Atrium of Muziektheatre of Amsterdam, the Teatro Sao Carlos in Lisbon, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, the Teatro Maestranza in Seville, Santander Concert Hall, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, along with composers, directors and performers like Fabián Panisello, David del Puerto, Hansjörg Schellenberger, Ralf Gothoni, Álvaro Marías, or Wolfram Christ.
She is doing her voice training with Tom Krause and Manuel Cid, and occasionally with Barbara Bonney, Edith Mathis, Reri Grist, T. Berganza, and repertorist like Norman Shetler, Jeff Cohen, Ralf Gothoni and Mikael Eliasen.
She holds a PhD in Performing Arts (
, Sorbonne University ) and a PhD in Audiovisual Communication ( Paris ). She is Professor of Music and Piano (Conservatorio Superior de Salamanca). Complutense University, Madrid
In 2009 obtained from the hands of Her Majesty the Queen Sofía, the Award for Best Singer of the ESMRS and in 2010 the award for best singer in the Mozarteum in
In May 2010 she played Carmen in the world premier of "Carmen Replay", a production by Teatro Real de Madrid, composer David del Puerto, for the National Dance Company.
Purcell: Dido (Dido y Eneas)
G.F. Händel: Cleopatra (Giulio Cesare), Berenice (Scipione)
J. Haydn: Berenice
W.A. Mozart: Konstanze (El Rapto en el Serrallo), Servilia (La Clemenza si Tito), Pamina (La flauta mágica), Susana (Las bodas de Fígaro), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Despina (Cosi fan tutte), Zaide (Zaide)
J. Massenet : Manon
C. Gounod : Juliette
J. Offenbach : Antonia (Los cuentos de Hoffmann)
G. Menotti: Lucy (El teléfono)