Eglise Gutiérrez is a Cuban-American coloratura soprano, currently making a world-wide operatic career. She studied voice in Cuba, in Miami with Manny Perez, and at the Academy of Vocal Arts (AVA) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from which she graduated in 2004. She presently works with the voice teacher, William Schumann.
In 2004 she won the Mirjam Helin International Singing Competition. She has also won the Montserrat Caballé International Singing Competition and the Marian Anderson Prize for Emerging Classical Artists. She made her European debut in October 2005 in the title role of Maria di Rohan at Wexford Festival Opera. On 7 September 2009, she made her house debut at London's Royal Opera House in the title role of Linda di Chamounix (recorded by Opera Rara and released in 2010). In 2011, she appeared as Amina in La sonnambula at the Royal Opera House.
- Mirjam Helin International Singing Competition – Prize Winners and Jury 2004
- Helsingin Sanomat (13 August 2004)
- Barnes (October 2006)
- Fisher (9 September 2009)
- Barnes, Scott, "Sound Bites: Eglise Gutiérrez", Opera News, October 2006, vol 71, no. 4
- Fisher, Neil, "Linda di Chamounix at Covent Garden", The Times (London), 9 September 2009
- Koppinen, Mari, "The road to the top is long and hard", Helsingin Sanomat, 13 August 2004
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