At the present considered one of the best Colombian sopranos, Betty Garcés participates in numerous concerts and opera productions in different stages of Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Chile, Germany, England, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, USA, Singapore, Philippines, China and Australia, as well as recitals in halls such as the prestigious Parco della Musica in Rome, Melba Hall in Melbourne, the emblematic churches of St. Eustatius in Paris and St. Patrick in New York, and the National Opera America Center in the same city .
In 2014 Betty Garcés performs as a soloist in the reopening of the Teatro Colón in Bogotá with the Colombian Symphony Orchestra, as well as in the Concert for Peace in Colombia where she sings Britten War Requiem with the Bogotá Philharmonic.
With an extensive musical knowlegde, she graduates in Music at the Conservatory of Cali. Thanks to a scholarship granted by the Colombian government, she moves to Germany in 2009 to continue her studies in Cologne, where she gets the Master's Degree in Arts from the Higher School of Music, specializing in opera and lied. In 2013 she joins the Solo Klasse-Konzertexamen program of the Hannover High School, where she specializes in oratory and concert with Gudrun Pelker. Since then she participates in master classes with artists such as Anja Harteros and Cheryl Studer. She is currently continuing her training in New York with Gerald Martin Moore, well-known for his work with great singers such as Renée Fleming and Sarah Connolly, among others.
Betty Garcés is a member of the Junges Ensamble (Young Ensemble) of the Gelsenkirchen Opera in the 2013/2014 season. In this period she adds to her repertoire the roles of Micaela (Carmen), Contessa (Le nozze di Figaro), Sour Angelica and Leonora (La forza del destino). In that same season she debuts at the Ópera de Colombia performing the role of Liù of Turandot, Mimì of La Bohème in Hanover under Paul Weigol, Fiordiligi of Così fan tutte and Cleopatra of Giulio Cesare in Cali, Madam Euterpova of Hilfe, Hilfe Die Globolinks by Menotti in Münster and the role of Janus de Jenufa in Gelsenkirchen and Gera. In 2016, she participates in the world premiere of the opera 3 thousand rivers by the composer Victor Gama, with the Gulbenkian Orchestra in Lisbon. A year later she debuts the title role of the zarzuela Cecilia Valdés at the Teatro Colón in Bogotá.
She also keeps an intense concert activity with performances in cities like Vienna, London, Algiers, Cairo, Berlin, Washington, New York, Brussels, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne, among others, singing works of Strauss, Wagner, Korngold, Schoenberg, Marx, Puccini, Brahms, Debussy, Rachmaninov and Respighi.
In 2017 she made a concert tour in South America, Europe and Asia and in 2018 she performs recitals with the pianist and conductor Alejandro Roca at the International Festival of Classical Theater in Almagro (Spain) and the Teatro Real in Madrid.