About

Born in Germany and raised in the south of Spain, Teresa developed a love of singing and dancing from an early age, going on to study Flamenco at Amor de Dios in Madrid and undergraduate singing at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London.

Much praised for her ‘beguiling, golden tone’, Teresa has a special affinity with Spanish repertoire both old and new and she is passionate about getting this music heard. She has performed twice at the Auditorio Manuel de Falla of Granada Spain, and in January 2018 she was invited to record songs by García Lorca and Ovalle at Abbey Road Studios.

On the operatic stage most recently Teresa made her debut as Musetta (La Bohème, Puccini) at the Mediterranean Opera Festival, Sicily. Further roles include Iphygénie (Iphygénie en Tauride, Gluck), Ariadne (Ariadne auf Naxos, Strauss), Le Prince Charmant (Cendrillon, Massenet), Leonore (Fidelio, Beethoven) and Fiordiligi (Cosi Fan Tutte, Mozart) among others. She has also appeared in bespoke performances as Carmen and Delilah, London (see below for clips).

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“I didn’t get a chance to say on the night but just wanted to reach out and express how touched I was by your exquisite voice. What an amazing sound you make! It’s such a cliche but I felt like I wanted to just keep listening and listening, I didn’t want it to stop!”

Michael Russoff

Composer

Teresa has always endeavoured to find ways of combining her passion for music and making a difference.

At the age of 6 she penned a sequel to The Little Mermaid, taking the emphasis away from the then traditional ‘man saves woman’ narrative. At 12 she co-formed an Amnesty International club at school, debating prescient issues and writing to presidents around the world. As an adult she became the concert director for the semi-professional orchestra “Charities Philharmonia” and most recently co-founded the “Beethoven Orchestra for Humanity” – an orchestra after Beethoven that has been dubbed ‘a new orchestral experience for today’s world’.

At BOH guest speakers are invited to speak on an issue which is facing humanity i.e. climate change, gender inequality, the cost of war, to name but a few, and the music played relates to the issue at hand. Not only setting this music (however old or new) squarely in the context of our world today but giving the talk another dimension which goes beyond the realm of words.

Teresa’s love of opera extends to its languages and she has ensured fluency in French and Italian, in addition to her native German, Spanish and English.

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Schedule

sun, apr 14 2019

Shirehall, Hereford, UK

Magnificat, Bach 

English Symphony Orchestra

sun, mar 24 2019

Classical Music Soirée, Marbella, Spain

Spanish Tour 

Nicole Panizza – Piano

sat, mar 23 2019

Classical Music Soirée, Marbella, Spain

Spanish Tour 

Nicole Panizza – Piano

thurs, mar 21 2019

Kempinski Arts Series, Marbella, Spain

Spanish Tour 

Nicole Panizza – Piano

Fri, 28 Dec 2018, 8pm

Casa de Cultura, Almuñecar, Spain

Canciones Españolas
Lorca, de Falla, Mariño, Chopin y BIzet

Michael Young – Piano

Sun, 16 Dec 2018, 3pm

SWESRS Synagogue, London, Uk 

Canciones Españolas
Lorca, de Falla, Mariño, Chopin and BIzet

Michael Young – Piano

Thurs, 11 Oct 2018

House of Waterford Crystal, Young Artists Series,  Ireland

Songs by Lorca, de Falla, Mariño & BIzet

Michael Young – Piano

Weds, Sep 12 2018

Purley Classics, London, UK

Songs by De Falla, Lorca, Mariño & Bizet

Sarah Wilkinson – Piano

Functions and Events

Functions and Events

A born entertainer, Teresa wholeheartedly enjoys performing for special occasions and across different disciplines.

“It is always a great honour when someone chooses you to be part of their special day – be that a baptism, baby blessing, corporate event, private party, wedding or funeral.” Teresa has also enjoyed opportunities to collaborate across disciplines, highlights being becoming part of an art installation at the Lisson Gallery, London for the Frieze festival, collaborating with Flamenco artists in Granada, Spain and working as a Voice Over artist for multilingual projects. She is currently accepting private singing students into her London studio.

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Photography by:

Tor Hills