Laia Falcón


Soprano Laia Falcon has performed as soloist in music stages as the "Foyer Toscanini" at Teatro alla Scala of Milan, “Salle F. Gold" at Palais Garnier of Paris, Mozarteum’s Grosser Saal of the Salzburg Festspiele, DeSingel of Antwerpen, Teatro Sao Carlos of Lisboa, Sala Gayarre at Teatro Real of Madrid, Auditorio Nacional of Madrid, Teatro Maestranza of Sevilla, Santander Concert Hall, the Cathedral Santiago de Compostela and the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao, working with conductors, directors, performers and composers Hansjörg Schellenberger, Ralf Gothoni, Wolfram Christ, David Hermann, Titus Engel, Ros Marbá, Salvador Brotons, Álvaro Marías, Fabián Panisello or David del Puerto.

She has received awards and prizes as 2010 Best Performer Award of Mozarteum of Salzburg (in a ceremony and final gala recital in the official agenda of 2010 Salzburg Festpiele), the 2010 and 2011 Special Support to the best Young Singer hold by Spanish Association of Interpreters and Performers (AIE) and the 2009 Prize to Best Singer of the ESMRS (in a gala presided by Queen Sofía and conductor Zubin Metha).

In May 2010 she performed the leading role of Carmen in the world premier of Carmen Replay, a production of Teatro Real of Madrid commanded to National Composition Prize holder David del Puerto. After this production, she was chosen by the composer to perform the leading role of his next world première Vacaguaré in 2013, an opera commanded by the Tenerife Opera Festival and directed by Giancarlo Del Monaco. 

She has recorded solo works by Pergolessi (CD produced in 2011) and Haydn (CD produced 2010) with conductor Hansjörg Schellenberger and the Orchetra Camerata del Insituto Internacional de Cámara de Madrid. 

After finishing Piano master, she studied singing with Tom Krause, having as well the opportunity to be coached by other important performers such as Barbara Bonney, Helen Donath, Edith Mathis, Reri Grist, Norman Shetler, Jeff Cohen, Ralf Gothoni and Mikael Eliasen. She holds a PhD in Stage and Performing Arts (Sorbonne University, Paris) and a PhD in Film and Communication (Complutense University, Madrid).