After studying in her native Barcelona, in 1910 she made her debut at the Teatro Colón, in Buenos Aires, with Tomás Bretón´s Los Amantes de Teruel. In 1911, she sang Octavian´s part in Strauss´Rosenkavalier in Rome. She then performed in the United States and, afterwards, in Italy, she rediscovered rossinian parts for mezzo coloratura. Rosina, Isabella or Angelina came back to life through her voice. She was hailed as a controverted Carmen on account of her composition of the part. In addition, she sang a great number of lieders, as well as popular catalan and spanish songs.
The great Catalan mezzo, internationally famous, in an unusual repertoire of songs never published in CD.
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