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Adriana González
Named by Forbes Magazine as one of the 100 most influential women in Central America for the second year in a row, soprano Adriana González is taking the opera world by storm. Acclaimed for her fine lyric voice and outstanding musicality, the young Guatemalan singer won First Prize and Zarzuela Prize at the 2019 Operalia competition. Audax Records is proud to accompany her in her career and gives her carte blanche for the development of exciting recording projects that are dear to her heart.

Adriana's albums have been awarded with prizes such as the German Record Critic's Award and Melómano de oro.
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"González is simply stunning.
I haven’t been so enthusiastic about a young soprano in a
very long time." – 
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A plaudit-garnering series that throws fresh angles on
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Ensemble Diderot prides itself on its pioneering exploration of the Baroque trio sonata repertoire, carrying out extensive research in libraries across Europe to unearth and study significant but previously unknown Baroque works. In particular with their award-winning ‘Cities’ series, the four musicians are dedicated to shining new light on the rich music-making of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, providing historical and  musicological insights into how music travelled and developed across major European cities at the time.
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