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Chilean mezzo-soprano Gabriela Gómez made her debut in July 2021 in the role of Carmen by Bizet at the opera festival "Junge Oper Schloss Weikersheim". In 2023 she has embodied the roles of Mercedes in Carmen by Bizet and Maddalena in Rigoletto by Verdi at the Theater Municipal de Santiago in her home country. In september 2023 she gave her first Solo Recital in the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C.  in USA.

Gabriela sang the role of Hansel in the opera "Hänsel und Gretel" by E. Humperdinck in Grünstadt and Bad Dürkheim in December 2022. Previously she had already performed as "Gertrude" in the opera "Romeo et Juliette" by Gounod in the Pfalztheater in Kaiserslautern. "Kaiser des Mondes" in the opera "Die Welt auf dem Monde" by Haydn, as "Second Woman" and "Sorceress" in the opera "Dido and Aeneas" by Purcell and as "Stubenmädchen" in "Reigen" by Boesmans. She has also appeared as a soloist in Mozart's Coronation Mass, Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, Handel's The Messiah and Bach's cantata Actus Tragicus. Internationally, she has performed not only in her native Chile and in Germany, but also in Brazil, France and Poland. In 2021 she was a soloist at the Baden-Baden Philharmonic with the concert aria "Chi'o mi scordi di te?" by W.A.Mozart. Most recently, she had a great success within the competition "Woman in the Arts" on 01.09.2022 in Chile as the winner of the first place.

In other competitions such as "Ferrucio Tagliavini" in April 2022 in Austria she reached a place in the semifinals, where Fiorenza Cossotto was the president of the jury. She was a finalist at the "Aslico per giovani cantanti lirici competition" in Como, Italy in 2016 and also at the "Concorso internazionale di canto lirico Vox Mutinae Nicolaj Ghiaurov" in 2022 in the city of Modena in Italy. In 2021 she was invited to the "Tenor Viñas" competition in Barcelona, Spain. Gabriela was awarded a scholarship from the National Program of the Federal Republic of Germany and within this framework participated in the Mozart Gala with the Mannheim Orchestra. In a constant effort to perfect her craft, she attended masterclass courses by Dale Fundling,Javier Camarena, Margreet Honig, Marcel Boone,Snezana Stamenkovic, Ulrike Sonntag, Helmut Rilling, Carmen Solis, Gino Quilico, Alex Klein, Gonzalo Simonetti and Marcela de Loa.

In January 2022, she completed her concert exam at the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts with Professor Stephanie Krahnenfeld, with whom she had studied since 2018. She had also previously completed her master's degree here in 2020. She began her studies with Professor María Soledad Díaz at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and Professor José Quilapi at Valparaíso University.

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