Lucía Marsella | soprano

Lucía Marsella


Born in Laredo, Cantabria (1987), she started her studies of Singing at the age of fourteen. In 2012, she earned the Professional degree at the Conservatory of Santander, under the tuition of María del Mar Fernández Doval. Later, she studied a Bachelor's degree at the Royal Conservatory of Granada with María del Mar Carrillo Donaire.

She completed her vocal training throughout masterclasses with musicians like Lucia Fiori, Antonio Luciani, Francisco Pérez Sánchez, Andrea Ambrosini or Laura Moyano. Moreover, she received lessons in Historical Singing from Rocío de Frutos.

She has been a member of the early music group Canticum; besides, she has performed concerts as a soloist with grops such as Coral Salvé of Laredo, Tomás Luis de Victoria Choir, Veterum Musicae and the Royal Conservatory of Granada Choir. She has been selected to sing as a soloist along with the Conservatory of Santander Orchertra. In 2013, she collaborated in the project "Homage to Francisco Alonso", singing along with Granada Youth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gabriel Delgado. In 2017, she performed the role of La Inmortalidad in the staged production of the opera La guerra de los gigantes by Sebastián Durón, along with Granada Baroque Orchestra and Íliber Ensemble. During her career, she has performed concerts in prestigious festivals, such as the Granada Festival, Musika-Música of Bilbao, Ciclo de Música de las Tres Culturas of Córdoba or the ealry music festivals of Granada, Lorquí (Murcia) and Vélez Blanco (Almería).

In the filed of contemporary music, it should be highlighted her participation in the recording of the opera Mar del ocaso by Cristóbal López Gándara, along with Ad Libitum Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ramón Llorente. Moreover, she has premiered several works by current composers.