Elisabeth Canis

MEZZO-SOPRANO
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She studied at ISATC and perfected in repertoire with Heather Harper and Robert Sutherland in London. She won first prize in the New Argentine Lyrical Voices Competition and the distinction Notable Youth of the Wagnerian Association. At the age of 20 she made her debut with The Magic Flute at the Teatro Colón, where she sang Elektra, Nabucco, Boris Godunov, Così fan tutte, The Carmelite dialogues, The Nightingale and Rusalka. She also sang at the Argentino de La Plata and for Buenos Aires Lírica. From 1993 to 1998 she was a regular soloist at the Stuttgart Opera House as well as singing at the Opéra du Rhin. She performed at the Metropolitan in New York and other lyric theaters in the United States. She teaches vocal technique at the ISATC.