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Marvic Monreal


Maltese mezzo soprano Marvic Monreal owns a beautiful and powerful voice with a rare combination of darkness and luminosity. She started her training with Gillian Zammit in Malta, and then studied at the Royal Academy in London. Marvic is a former member of the Opera Studio of Frankfurt where her roles included Martha (Iolanta), Lucia (La gazza ladra), The Deaconess (Król Roger), La Maestra delle Novizie (Suor Angelica) and Olga (Eugene Onegin).

During her time at the Royal Academy of Music, she performed Carmen (La tragédie de Carmen), Mrs Peachum (Die Dreigroschenoper), Venus (Orphée aux enfers) and Bradamante (Alcina).

Additional roles include Dido (Dido and Aeneas), Mercedes (Carmen) and Daniel (Belshazzar) in Malta, Tisbe (La Cenerentola) for the New Generation Festival, Maddalena (Rigoletto) in Vilnius and Erste Norn (Götterdämmerung), Erda (Siegfried) and Schwertleite (Die Walküre) under the direction of Brigitte Fassbaender at the Tiroler Festspiele Erl and Zweite Magd (Elektra) in Baden Baden and Berlin under the direction of Kyrill Petrenko.

In concert, she has sung Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 under Semyon Bychkov at the Royal Festival Hall, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 at the Europe Day Concert, Malta, Verdi’s Requiem in Malta and Handel’s Messiah at the Valletta Baroque Festival as well as the Dvořák Stabat Mater at the Berlin Philharmonic under Jakob Hruša.

Future projects include, Mahler’s 8th Symphony under Alain Altinoglou, Suzy (La Rondine) in London, Edvige (Rodelinda) in Garsington, Meg Page (Falstaff) in Brussels,  and Grimgerde (Die Walküre) at the Opéra de Paris.

Marvic Monreal
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