The death of the soprano Violetta Davalos
Soprano singer Violetta Davalos Lara He passed away last Thursday at the age of 52, according to the National Institute of Fine Arts and Letters (Inbal) and the Ministry of Culture.
“The Ministry of Culture regrets the sensitive death of Violetta Davalos Lara, a prominent Mexican soprano singer who had an outstanding artistic career in the soloist ensemble Ensemble de Bellas Artes.”The second institution wrote on Twitter.
According to Jose Noi Mercado, opera critic, the famous woman died peritonitis.
Alejandra Frausto GuerreroThe Minister of Culture expressed his feelings about the death of the famous artist: “The loss shocked us. Violetta was extraordinary. Mexican opera in mourning. My condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.”.
The translator studied singing at the National School of Music of the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM). His professional appearance was at the age of 19 starring in the opera Aida, directed by Giuseppe Rafa.
During her career, Violetta Davalos has worked with artists of the stature of Juan Ponce, Aquilis Machado and Rolando Velazon. In addition to this, he has starred in operas such as Tosca and Madama Butterfly.
The Grand Prix of the 1st Ibero-American Singing Contest of 2001 and the National Singing Contest “Carlo Morelli” are some of the Prizes That Davalos got in his successful career.