Daniela Tabernig

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She was born in the city of Santa Fe, Argentina. She began her musical studies at the Instituto Constancio Carminio (Paraná) obtaining the title of Professor of Music. Then she entered the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón (ISATC), where she completed her studies in singing.
She obtained the first prizes in the Mozarteum and Maria Callas competitions. She played the roles of Micaela (Carmen) for Juventus Lyrica, Tatiana (Evgueni Onieguin) and Margarita (Fausto) for Buenos Aires Lírica. In the Teatro Argentino of La Plata she participated in Pagliacci, Don Giovanni (Donna Anna), Faust and Mahler's Eighth Symphony. In the Teatro Colón she integrated the casts of Ubu Rey, Doña Francisquita, I lombardi alla prima crociata, Don Quixote, La zapatera prodigiosa, Fedra, Manon, Beatrix Cenci and Don Giovanni, among others.