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Throughout a successful career, soprano Lourdes Ambriz has cultivated an extensive repertoire that encompasses opera, oratorio, chamber music, Renaissance and contemporary music. He has performed on numerous stages in Europe, America, Africa and the Middle East.

Her activity has led her to collaborate with prestigious artists such as directors Charles Bruck, Eve Queler, Lukas Foss, Enrique Ricci, Miguel Roa and the late Eduardo Mata. He has performed alongside figures such as Plácido Domingo, Justino Díaz, Francisco Araiza, Ramón Vargas and Rolando Villazón. He has performed as a soloist with the Dallas Symphony, San Francisco, National Center for the Arts of Canada, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Simón Bolívar of Venezuela, Deutsche Kammerakademie, the Prague Opera Orchestra, the Malaga Opera, the Elyma Ensemble and the Arditti Quartet, among many other groups.

During 2010 he participated in the production of the opera "Montezuma" by Graun presented by the Teatro de Ciertos Inhabitants company at the Theater der Welt Festival in Mülheim, Edinburgh Festival, Cervantino Festival, Kampnagel Cultural Center in Hamburg and Teatro del Canal in Madrid. .

He is currently a member of the vocal quartet "Armonicus Cuatro" that covers a repertoire from the Middle Ages to the present day. In addition, she is part of the female vocal quartet "Streghe" specialized in contemporary music and collaborates with the group "La Décima Musa" performing baroque programs for two sopranos.

Among his numerous recordings, the operas “Aura” by Lavista, “The Visitors” by Chávez, “Montezuma” by Graun and “El Coyote y el Conejo” by Rasgado stand out. In collaboration with the double bassist Luis Antonio Rojas, he made the new CD “Summer Body” with original music for soprano and double bass by various authors thanks to the FONCA Projects and Coinversiones program and Quindecim Recordings.

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