BIO

ENIVIA MURÉ,

SOPRANO

 

Since making her debut at the Bellas Artes Opera in Mexico City singing Floria in Tosca, soprano Enivia Muré has played numerous roles with this and other companies in her country. He has sung Nedda in "Pagliacci" by Leonvacallo, Micaela in "Carmen" by Bizet. Manon in "Manon Lescaut", Floria in "Tosca", Fidelia in "Edgar" by Puccini.

 

Her European debut was made in Braunchweig-Germany playing Amelia in "Simón Boccanegra" and in the United States in Long Beach Opera playing Camelia in "Unicamente la Verdad" by Gabriela Ortíz

 

She has performed Mimi in "La Bohème", Leonora in "Il Trovatore" and Violetta in "La Traviata" in the recent productions of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato as well as Donna Elvira in" Don Giovanni in the National Center for the Arts of Mexico City. He participated in the Homage to the legendary Romanian soprano Virginia Zeani in West Palm Beach. 

He participated in the International Cervantino Festival as solo of Verdi's Requiem with the Philharmonic Orchestra 5 de Mayo under the direction of Mtro. Fernando Lozano, with whom he made the world premiere of Venus Rey's Requiem for Soprano, Tenor, Chorus and Orchestra, likewise, will soon release the May 5th Symphony written for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra.

 

Recently he has performed concerts in places such as the Concert Hall of Connectiicut-USA with the Fairdfield County Choral and Orchestra conducted by David Rossenmeyer, in the same way he sang in Ravello-Italy a recital in La Chiesa dell'Annunziata and numerous times he has interpreted the repertoire of Lied, Song in the Manuel M. Ponce Hall of the Palace of Bellas Artes, The National Museum of Art, The Carlos Chavez Hall.

 

It has also been directed by famous and important directors such as Christopher Franklin, Niksa Bareza, Ivan Angelov, Maurizio Baldin, Marco Zambelli, Enrique Patrón de Rueda, José Luis Castillo, José Areán, Fernando Lozano, Andreas Mitisek, Rogelio Riojas-Nolasco, David Rosenmeyer, among others.

 

 

***2018***

 

After important performances in recent months, which included the main opera roles such as Tosca and Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini, Leonora in Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi, and performances as important as the Ninth Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven, singing as a solo soprano ; Enivia Muré returned to Barcelona to participate again in the programming of Clàssica a la Reial Acadèmia, together with tenor Alex Vicens and pianist Jordi Romero, in April 2018. In La Llotja de Barcelona. The program included arias and duets from Verdi's operas: Otello, La Traviata and Il Trovatore that, together with Vicens and Romero, offered to the audience. Enivia Muré is one of the most active international sopranos currently. He has taken master classes with legends of world opera such as the Romanian soprano Virginia Zeani and the Catalan tenor Jaume Aragall, the latter with whom a few days ago he has met to detail his upcoming performances.

In the summer of 2017 she was invited to the First Festival dedicated to Virginia Zeani in Romania, in which her performance was acclaimed, recognizing her vocal and interpretive art. She has sung at the premiere of works by Mexican composers such as Camelia la Texana, opera by Gabriela and Rubén Ortíz, and Venus Rey Jr. Muré's Symphony May 5, a Mexican soprano of Lebanese and Spanish roots, is a regular guest of the Philharmonic Orchestra. de Mayo, based in the state of Puebla. In addition to her outstanding performances in several countries such as Italy, Spain and the United States, Enivia performs on Mexican stages as she was last February in San Miguel de Allende in the Don Giovanni opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, in the role of Donna Elvira.

 

For Mexico he prepared a program with composers of Spaniards and Latin Americans such as Enric Granados, Gabriela Ortíz and Daniel Catán. This recital was part of the programming of MÚSICA-INBA in the cycle "Colors of the Voice" that has as its frame the majestic Reception Hall of the National Museum of Art. She has been invited to perform again in the city of Barcelona, ​​with tenor Alex Vicens and pianist Josep Buforn, at the Gala Night of the III Festival Nit Lírrica d'Estels.

 

In Mexico he takes up one of his most acclaimed performances: Nedda in the opera "Pagliacci" by Leoncavallo, in a production of the Philharmonic Orchestra 5 de Mayo under the direction of Mtro. Fernando Lozano and the stage direction of Mtro. César Piña. In July 2018 he will offer a series of Master Classes in Mexico City and prepare a project of artistic stimuli for opera singers, with which he plans to help singers seeking support to develop their artistic talent.

© Enivia Muré 2018