Fabiana Bravo, is an acclaimed Argentine operatic soprano, who has achieved international success both through her interpretation of concert literature and in her powerful portrayals of operatic heroines. In 1999, she was named Argentinas Woman of the Year for her remarkable contributions to the arts. After an early career in musical theatre, she was introduced to the famous singer Luciano Pavarotti. She won his international competition, and also received numerous awards as a Placido Domingo Operalia Finalist, Opera Index winner and Met Council Winner of the Regional Finalist Competition.
Ms. Bravo made her operatic debut in the role of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia with Luciano Pavarotti. Her other roles include Tosca, Countess Almaviva, Leonora, Giorgetta and Madama Butterfly in some of the worlds most renowned houses. She was added to the Metropolitan Opera Roster in the 2001/2002 season, and continues to perform in New York, Washington, D.C, San Francisco, and Chicago with regularity.
In recent years, Ms. Bravo has sung the Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro (1997), Mimi in La Boheme (1998), Donna Anna in Don Giovanni (1999) and the title role in Ariadne auf Naxos (2002) all in opera productions of Washington D.Cs Summer Opera Theatre Company. She also sings with Virginia Opera, where her performance of Donna Anna brought her recognition as a much sought-after artist.
"Fabiana Bravo en Nueva York"
"Soprano sings tragedy from the heart She wins world attention, but Argentine can't forget early loss and poverty"
"Thwarting Love and Greed In Puccini's Three One-Acts"
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