Rocío Ignacio Soprano

Rocío Ignacio


Rocío Ignacio, Soprano, was born in Seville and reached de degrees of Superior in Music and Superior in Piano at the Music Conservatory Francisco Guerrero. Later the Senior in Singing at the Superior Conservatory in Córdoba. Currently Alfonso García Leoz is his vocal and artistic guide. She was granted among others with the 1st Prize of the Singing International Contest Ciudad de Logroño on 2009 and with the 3rd Prize in Irún and Barcelona.

After her debut with Rigoletto on 2003, she isa usual guest at the Spanish theatres with operas as Rigoletto in Coruña, Santander, Jerez, Jaén, Mallorca, Santa Cruz de Tenerife; Die Zauberflöte (Pamina) in Murcia; L’Elisir d’Amore in Córdoba, Málaga, Castellón, Palau de Les Arts and Bilbao; Falstaff, Viaggio a Reims, Werther, Marina, Francisquita, Caserío, etc. We must point out her last appearances in Carmen (Micaela) and La Marchenera at the Zarzuela Theatre in Madrid, Don Giovanni in Seville or La Marchenera in Oviedo...

Rocío Ignacio mostly sings in Italy since 2011, as an example Quatro Canções da Floresta do Amazonas in Bologna; Opening Gala and Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Arena di Verona; La Bohème, Viaggio a Reims and L'Elisir d'Amore at the Maggio Fiorentino; Rigoletto at the Teatro Regio di Calabria, Palermo and Taormina; Don Giovanni (Dogna Anna) at Massimo di Palermo; Misterium at the San Carlo di Napoli and Roma; Carmen at the Avenches Arena and Verona; Turandot (Liu) in Roma (Caracalla).

We can stand out from her last interpretations ’L'Eisir d’Amore in Bologna and Omán; Dogna Anna from Don Giovanni in Tampa (USA); Liu from Turandot in Verona; Alice Ford of Falstaff in Genova and Torino; Zerlina in Don Giovanni at Barcelona's Liceo and Regio di Torino; Katiuska at the Zarzuela Theatre in Madrid or Desdemona from Otello at the Teatro Cervantes in Málaga.