EULÀLIA FANTOVA, mezzosoprano (Arianna)
After attending the Badalona Professional Conservatory of Music specialising in piano, she then continued to graduate from a degree in the study of voice with Honours at the ESMUC by M. Pintó, L. Climent and R. Levitt.
She has collaborated with the ABO & C directed by Ton Koopman, the Capella Reial directed by Jordi Savall, the Xantria, the Chamber Choir of the Palau de la Música and other groups such as the Hispano Flamenca, the Ensemble of violas In Nomine directed by Sergi Casademunt or the Baroque Orchestra of Seville with which she has recorded an album dedicated to Pedro Rabassa under the direction of Enrico Onofri and winner of the 2011 FestClásico award.
She is an active member of Cor Francesc Valls, directed by Pere-Lluís Biosca, residents of the Barcelona Cathedral and Sagrada Familia which focuses on the interpretation of the religious polyphony of all ages and the recovery of Catalan authors such as Francesc Valls.
She collaborates with the medieval music ensemble Quadrivium Virelai directed by Jordi Reguant and duo with the pianist Lluís Vidal specialized in music of the 20th century with whom he has explored the cabaret song.
She has been awarded a scholarship by the Victoria de los Ángeles Foundation, the Anna Riera scholarship and the Beca Bach zum Mitsingen (2014).