Indira Ferrer, makes the singing career with the soprano Mercè Puntí. Complement with Montserrat Caballé, Emma Kirkby, Ricard Alonso, Dalton Baldwin, among others.

He has sung as soloist at the Palau de la Música Catalana, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Auditori Xavier Motsalvatge de Girona, Kursaal de Manresa, La Faràndula de Sabadell, Auditorium Enrique Granados and Cathedral de la Seu Vella de Lleida, UNIM Auditorium of Terrassa, Sagrada Familia i Palau Sant Jordi de Barcelona, Auditorium of the Gran Casino de Aranjuez, Teatro Ateneo de Madrid, Teatro Bretón de Logroño, König Albert Theater de Bad Elster, Stadhalle Tuttlingen de Tuttlingen, Santa María del Fiore de Florencia, Camp de Mart in Tarragona and in Havana to the National Theater of Cuba, Museum of Fine Arts, Sala Cervantes, Teatro América, Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), Music Museum, Aula Magna of the University of San Jerónimo, Museum of the Revolution, the Spanish Embassy, etc. 

She has played leading roles in operas such as: María from María de Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzola, Louise from the opera-musical “Un diaConvincent” by Lluís de Arquer, Indira (The Indian Woman) from “The man of the Umbrella” by Joan Martínez Colás, Gilda from Rigoleto by Giuseppe Verdi, Ernestine from Monsieur Choufleuri restera chez lui le” by Jacques Offenbach etc. Also within the zarzuela genre we highlight her role as Mari Pepa in “La revoltosa by Ruperto Chapí. Regarding oratory, Indira has sung as soloist: “Requiem KV 626”, “Coronation Mass KV 217” “Great Mass in C minor KV 427”, “Misa brevis KV 275” and the Motet “Exultate Jubilate KV 165” by W. Amadeus Mozart, “Salve Regina” by Franz Schubert, “Stabat Mater” by G. Battista Pergolesi, etc.

Indira begins a parallel path towards the world of Cuban song from the 19th and early 20th centuries: la habanera, danzón, zarzuela, lied etc. The Mexican repertoire that includes authors from the s. XIX – XX standing out within the s. XX the habanera and Yucatecan song, the repertoire of flamenco-fusión Spanish classical song by composers such as Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados, Joaquín Rodrigo … and the classical, popular habanera (with arrangements for soprano) and contemporary.

The pianists Antoni Mas and José Manuel Ruiz usually accompany her on the piano.

From 2019 is an ambasser for the peace and its part of the comiteé of de movement organization “100 cities for peace” . Se is also a member of the Ernest Morató foundation of habaneras. 


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