Born in Lleida, Marta Infante studies singing at the University of Ostrava (Czech Republic). Since the beginning of her professional career, she focus on the field of symphonic music, with special attention to early music.
From the hand of conductors such as Víctor Pablo Pérez, Jordi Casas, José Ramón Encinar, Josep Vila, Aldo Ceccato, Leon Botstein, Edmon Colomer, Carlos Kalmar and Kees Bakels, to name a few, Marta Infante works with the National Orchestra of Spain, Symphony of Barcelona and National of Catalonia, Orchestra and Choirs of RTVE, Philharmonic of Malaga, Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, Symphony of Madrid and National of El Salvador, among others.
She maintains an important liederistic activity and together with the pianist Jorge Robaina she performs recitals in venues such as the Teatro Calderón in Valladolid, Caixaforum in Barcelona, the Juan March Foundation in Madrid, the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville and the Palau de la Música Catalana, where together they receive an award in 'El Primer Palau' contest for her interpretation of Mahler and Dvorak.
In the field of early music, she performs in numerous European countries and in the main cities of South America, the Middle East and Japan. She also participates in the most important festivals in our country, performing with groups such as La Caravaggia, Concert Spanish, Seville Baroque Orchestra, La Capilla Real de Madrid, Los Musicos de Su Alteza, Capella de Ministrers, Hippocampus, Acadèmia 1750, Collegium 1704 (Czechia) and Anthonello (Japan), among others.
On these occasions Marta Infante is conducted by the most important 'maestros' on the current scene such as Enrico Onoffri, Federico Maria Sardelli, Paul Goodwin, Giovanni Antonini, Ottavio Dantone, Richard Egarr and Rinaldo Alesandrini.
In the operatic field, she plays the role of Klytaemnestra by Elektra in Santiago de Compostela and makes her debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona with the world premiere of L'enigma di Lea by Benet Casablancas.
Some of her performances are broadcast on channels such as Mezzo, Cesky Rozhlas and RTVE, as well as on radio stations such as Catalunya Música.
She also records for Alpha, Glossa, Enchiriadis, EMEC and CDM labels. Among her extensive discography are: Alto cantatas by Telemann; 'Tonos al harpa' with the harpist Manuel Vilas; 'Cantate Contarini', Venetian baroque cantatas, which was awarded the Prelude Classical Music award in the Netherlands as one of the best early music albums of 2010; Amor aumenta el valor and Iphigenia en Tracia by Nebra; and Juditha Triumphans by Vivaldi with Ottavio Dantone.
She will soon return to the Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona with different collaborations.
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