Natalia Lemercier, soprano
Natalia Lemercier is celebrated for the depth and exciting colour of her voice and for the strength and impact of her dramatic presence on stage and versatility across a whole range of operatic repertoire. Their repertoire includes the main characters of bel canto in works such as I puritani, Lucrezia Borgia, Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, La Traviata, I Capuleti e i Montecchi, The Magic Flute, Don Giovanni (Donna Anna and Donna Elvira), Cosí fan tutte, Idomeneo, Le nozze di Figaro.


Some of their most touching performances have been when she played roles as the of the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute with the Bayerische Kammeroper in Germany and at the Opera Festival in Florence, La traviata at the Teatro delle Erbe of Milan, Teatro Manzoni of Monza, Festival of Alassio, Summer Festival of Varese Ligure, Schloss Braunfels (Germany) and Festival Operaviva in Magnitogorsk (Russia), Don Giovanni and Lucrezia Borgia, I Puritani at the Teatro Municipal de Santiago (Chile), the Countess in The marriage of Figaro at the Olympic Theatre in Vicenza (Italy) and at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Musetta in La Bohème and Gilda in Rigoletto, both in the Theatre delle Erbe (Milan), Adina in The Elixir of love in the Opera Giocosa of Savona, Corinna on The journey to Reims in the Teatro Municipal of Piacenza, Festival Rossini in Lugo and Teatro Verdi in Busseto.



He has collaborated with directors such as
Sergio Siminovich, Pierangelo Gelmini, Alessandro Steffanelli, Wolfgang Kurz, Giancarlo Di Lorenzo, Bruno Nicoli, Gianluca Marcianò, Darrell Ang, Aldo Sissillo, Georghe Buhl, Pedro Pablo Prudencio, José Luis Domínguez, Roberto Paternostro and regisseurs as Rosetta Cucchi, Davide Livermore, Gabbris Ferraris, Aldo Tarabella, Jean Louis Pichon, Candace Evans, Pierfrancesco Maestrini, Alfonso Antoniozzi and Emilio Sagi.


Born in Rafaela (Argentina), Natalia Lemercier lives in between Europe and Argentina where she graduated from Singing in the Institute Superior of Music of the Universidad Nacional del Litoral.


She studied also with the Maestro Horacio Amauri (Buenos Aires), Franca Mattiucci (Italy), Montserrat Caballé (Spain) and participated in Master Classes with Mariella Devia. She lives now in Berlin and is introducing new roles for italian lyric repertoire and also german opera roles.


Natalia Lemercier, soprano