Marvic Monreal

Marvic Monreal


Maltese mezzo soprano Marvic Monreal owns a beautiful and powerful voice with a rare combination of darkness and luminosity.

Marvic Monreal had started her training under the supervision of soprano Gillian Zammit. In 2014, she enrolled at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM), where she studied with Elizabeth Ritchie, James Baillieu and Ingrid Surgenor. Then she joined the National Opera Studio in London from 2018 to 2019. During this time, she covered Charlotte (Werther) and Mercedes (Carmen) at the Royal Opera House in London; she performed at Codogan Hall, Welsh National Opera, Opera North, Scottish Opera and worked with directors such as Keith Warner and Tim Albery.

For “Royal Academy Opera”, Marvic performed the leading role of Carmen (La tragédie de Carmen), Older woman (Flight), Mrs. Peachum (Die Dreigroschenoper), Venus (Orphée aux enfers) and Bradamante (Alcina). She has performed Alisa in (Lucia di Lammermoor) at Teatru Astra in Gozo and Dido (Dido and Aeneas) at Teatru Manoel in Malta.

Marvic joined the Opera Studio of Frankfurt from 2020 to 2022 where she sang Martha (Iolanta), Lucia (La gazza ladra), The Deachoness (Krol Roger), La Maestra delle Novicie (Suor Angelica).

Recently, she has performed Maddalena (Rigoletto) in Vilnius, Tisbe (La Cenerentola) with the New Generation Festival, Mercedes (Carmen) and Daniel (Belshazar) in Malta, Olga (Onegin) at Oper Frankfurt, Erste Norn (Die Götterdämmerung) and Erda (Siegfried) at Festspiele Erl, Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 under Semyon Bychkov at the Royal Festival Hall, Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 and the Verdi Requiem alongside Joseph Calleja, Sondra Radvanovsky and Christian Van Horn as well as Handel’s Messiah in the renowned Valletto Baroque Festival.

Her projects for the 2023/24 season and the following ones: Flosshilde at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, Erste Norn (Götterdämmerung and Schwertleite (Die Walküre) at the Festspiele Erl, the title role in the creation of Valeriana at the Malta Biennale 2024, Meg Page (Falstaff) à Bruxelles, Mahler VIII under Alain Antinoglou and Dvorak’s Stabat Mater at the Berlin Philharmonic…

She has been awarded the Edna Bradford Prize, the A M Parker Prize, the Esther Hulbert Award, and the Isabel Jay Prize. In 2016, she was a Jerwood Young Artist at Glyndebourne Festival Opera. She has received the Fordyce Scholarship, and support from Malta Arts Scholarships and the BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation as well as the Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation, the Georg Solti Accademia, and she was part of the Young Singers Project at Salzburg Festival.

Marvic Monreal speaks Maltese, English and Italian, and has good knowledge of German & Spanish.

Marvic Monreal
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