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Marta Mathéu


Marta Mathéu is a soprano from Tarragona gifted with a wonderful sense of musicality and unquestionable mastery of her instrument. She is celebrated for her performances of Bach under the baton of Jordi Savall on different European stages (including the Philharmonie de Paris). She has received awards for her performances of Mozart at the Tenor Viñas contest held in Barcelona’s Liceu, and also gives natural interpretations of different roles by Puccini, Rossini and Wagner.

She is an outstanding performer of Spanish music and regularly gives performances in the fields of lieder, oratorio and symphony, with pieces including Beethoven’s Ninth and Mahler’s Second Symphony under conductors such as Gustavo Dudamel and Victor Pablo Pérez. She has also performed under conductors Antoni Ros Marbà, Neville Marriner and Fabio Biondi. She has trained with Ana Luisa Chova, Montserrat Caballé, Elena Obraztsova and Wolfram Rieger, and has sung on some of the world’s foremost stages, including the Palau de la Música Catalana, the Teatro Real, the Barcelona Liceu and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. As well as the Francesc Viñas Contest, she has received awards from the Spanish association Juventudes Musicales and the Manuel Ausensi and Montserrat Caballé international competitions. Mathéu has been teaching singing at the Liceu Conservatory since 2014 and has made recordings for Alia Vox, KLASSIC, Brilliant, Naxos and Opus Arte.

Update: 13 September 2021

Has participated in

A Thousand Sibyls

Maria Arnal, José Luis de Vicente and Eduard Escoffet with Marta Mathéu