Virginia Tola

soprano (Argentina)

Virginia Tola graduates from the Superior Art Institute of Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires and refines her vocal skills under the guidance of Raina Kabaivanska in Vecchi-Tonelli Music Institute in Modena. She is a laureate of two of the most prestigious world singer’s competitions - Queen Sonja in Oslo, where Tola won the first prize, and Operalia 2000 (the competition of Plácido Domingo), which brought to Virginia three grand awards - the Audience Prize, the Zarzuela Prize and the Prize of the art philanthropist Lloyd Rigler.
Virginia Tola is a soloist in Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Rome Opera, Royal Opera de Wallonie, Théâtre Royal in Brussels, the theatres in Seville and Oviedo, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia, Opéra  de Monte-Carlo, Teatro Reggio in Parma, Teatro Reggio in Turin, Teatro Filarmonico in Verona, Teatro Comunale in Bologna, opera theatres in Los Angeles, Bordeaux, Amsterdam, Oslo, Marseille, Cagliari etc.
Her repertoire includes: Abigaille from „Nabucco“, Amelia from „Un Ballo in Maschera“, Alice Ford from „Falstaff“, Elisabeth of Valois from „Don Carlos“, Lucrezia Contarini from „I due Foscari“ and Lady Macbeth from „Macbeth“ by Verdi, Floria Tosca from „Tosca“ and sister Angelica from „Suor Angelica“ by Puccini, Maddalena di Coigny from „Andrea Chénier“ by Giordano, Adriana Lecouvreur from „Adriana Lecouvreur“ by Cilea, Luisa from “Luisa Fernanda” by Toroba etc.