Andrea Gruber 
Andrea Gruber, born in New York, completed her musical studies at the Manhattan School of Music. She made her debut at the Ravenna Festival, as a member of the Metropolitan Opera Studio, in Verdi’s Requiem, with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She subsequently performed both Beethoven’s Missa solemnis and Verdi’s Un Ballo in maschera under the conductorship of James Levine. On tour in Japan with the New York Metropolitan, she was Abigaille in a new production of Nabucco and Tove in Schönberg’s Gurrelieder.

In 2002, she returned to Japan to sing under James Levine’s baton in Turandot and Nabucco. Thanks to the remarkable timbre of her voice, she has performed the roles of Leonora (La Forza del destino) at the Scottish Opera and Elisabetta (Don Carlos) at the Metropolitan, New York. These two operas, together with Un Ballo in maschera, have taken her onto the most important stages of the world: London’s Covent Garden, the Vienna Staatoper, the Bavarian Staatsoper of Munich, the Deutsche Oper and the Staatsoper in Berlin and the Liceu, Barcellona. The year 1999 marked her first Verdi performances at the San Francisco Opera with Nabucco and at the Lyric Opera, Chicago, with Attila (as Odabella). The German repertoire is similarly fundamental to her career. She has been Elsa in Lohengrin and Chrysothemis in Elektra. At the New York Metropolitan, she has sung in Götterdämmerung and her performances have been recorded by Deutsche Grammophon.

During the opera season 2002-2003 at the Arena di Verona, she sang the part of Abigaille and, in 2004, that of Aida. In the summer of 2007 at the Arena, she will appear as Abigaille in Nabucco.

May 2007 
On Stage
El amor brujo - Cavalleria RusticanaSunday 8 March
at 15:30
in Teatro Filarmonico
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