Adriana Mastrángelo


Uruguayan mezzo-soprano, she graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires.
Her repertoire includes works by Monteverdi, Cavalli, Mozart, Handel, Donizetti, Cilea, Mascagni, Verdi, Wagner, Berg, Bartòk, Albeniz, Bizet, Menotti and Hosokawa.

She sang leading roles in theaters in Latin America and Europe, among which stands out her interpretation of Carmen in the versions of Calixto Bieito (Teatro del Escorial, Spain) and Marcelo Lombardero (Teatro Avenida, Argentina), of Leonor de Guzmán in La Favorita in the version of the Donizetti Festival of Bergamo (Teatro Donizetti, Italy) and Hugo de Ana (Teatro Municipal, Santiago de Chile), the opening show of the Teatros del Canal by Albert Boadella (Madrid, Spain) and Judith in the versions of Marcelo Lombardero (Teatro Municipal de Santiago de Chile) and Marianella Morena (Teatro Solis, Montevideo, Uruguay).

She is invited as soloist by numerous orchestras; in her concert repertoire are Mahler's Symphonies 2, 3 and 8, Wagner's Wesendonk Lieder, Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust, Falla's El amor brujo and Ravel's Shehérezade.
She was awarded a diploma of merit by the Konex Foundation as an outstanding lyric singer in Argentina.