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"... A deep, resonant voice and a strong emotional connection to the text, this was a woman in her entirety!"

- Peter Lefevre

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Soprano Enivia Muré was part of the Opera World Premier like protagonist of Zorros Chinos by Lorena Orozco in the National Opera Company in Mexico City at Palacio de Bellas Artes on 3th July of 2022. Also she made her debut on 2008 with this Opera Company, singing as Floria in “Tosca” di G. Puccini. In her native Mexico, she went on to sing as Mimi in “La bohème”, Manon in “Manon
Lescaut,” and Fidelia in “Edgar” by G. Puccini, Nedda in “Pagliacci” by R. Leoncavallo, Micaela in “Carmen” by. G. Bizet, Leonora in “Il trovatore,” Violetta in “La traviata” by G. Verdi and Donna Anna and Donna Elvira in “Don Giovanni” by W. A. Mozart.

Ms. Muré made her European debut in Braunschweig-Germany as Amelia in “Simon Boccanegra,” by G. Verdi and her American debut with the Long Beach Opera Company as Camelia in “Camelia la Texana, only the truth” by G. Ortíz. She appeared in the opening night of the International Festival Virginia Zeani in Romania, and sang Leonora in “Il Trovatore” in the Rapallo Festival in Italy. She has performed all of Benjamin Britten’s song cycles for soprano and piano at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, celebrating the centenary of Britten’s birth.


Ms. Muré has sung under the baton of conductors including Christopher Franklin, Niksa Bareza, Ivan Angelov, Maurizio Baldin, Marco Zambelli, Enrique Patrón de Rueda, José Luis Castillo, José Areán, Fernando Lozano, Andreas Mitisek, and David Rosenmeyer.

 A sweet yet determined Butterfly (Un bel dì vedremo) and an equally passionate Tosca (Vissi d'arte) 

- Francesco Lodola

Ieri, Oggi, Domani, Opera!

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