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Born in Orléans, France, to French and Romanian parents, Gloria Tronel obtained a degree in vocal interpretation from the National University of Music in Bucharest and then a master degree at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp. She studied one year at the Florence European Opera Academy before joining the Royal Danish Opera as a Young artist in 2020. In recent months, she has won four major awards in international competitions. In June 2023, she was awarded First Prize at the Manhattan Music International Competition, which led her to perform a recital at the Carnegie Hall on 15 July.
In September, she received the Jessica Pratt Prize at the 22nd Ottavio Ziino International Opera Competition, and then the First Prize at the Festival Mimas Singing Competition. In October, she was honoured with the Georges Enesco Grand Prize awarded by the Romanian Cultural Institute at the 10th Georges Enesco International Singing Competition in Paris. Gloria Tronel has already performed various roles in Copenhagen: the Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute), Oscar (Un ballo in maschera), Olga (The Merry Widow), Ernestine (Monsieur Choufleuri) and Praskovia Ossipovna (The Nose). She also took part in workshops on characters such as Ophelia (Hamlet), Armida (Rinaldo), Chief of the Gepopo (Le Grand Macabre), Sister Constance (Dialogues des carmélites), Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier), Tytania (A Midsummer Night ‘s Dream), Controller (Flight), and has performed recitals and open air concerts.
Other engagements include her performance of the Queen of the Night in a version adapted for children at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in 2018. She also performed Katerina Cavalieri (Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus) at the Het Nationale Theater and Royal Danish Opera, Chief of the Gepopo in a concert Neubad in Luzern and Jemmy (Guillaume Tell) at the Tellspiele in Interlaken.
Paris Opera debut
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