The Mezzosoprano Vivian Guerra was born in Santiago de Chile and completed her singing
studies at the conservatory in her hometown, supplemented by singing studies at the
Cologne Music Academy with Professor Reinhard Leisenheimer.
Her artistic work is documented in numerous CD productions, e.g. with Sylvain Cambreling,
including modern music by Pascal Dusapin.
She worked on further recordings with Placido Domingo, Kent Nagano, Vladimir Jurowski,
Jonathan Nott, Michael Gielen, Pablo Heras-Casado, Krzysztof Penderecki and
other well-known artists.
Vivian Guerra has been involved in the early music scene in Cologne since 2008 - with
Christoph Spering and later with Werner Ehrhardt and Peter Neumann.
In 2013 she received a scholarship from the Richard Wagner Association in Cologne.
At the same time, she established herself as a singer whose repertoire ranged from classical
music to contemporary works. In addition to regular appearances in Germany, e.g. in the
Cologne Philharmonic, she went on concert tours to China, Luxembourg, Italy, New York,
Nicaragua and Brazil.
Vivian Guerra has been working as a singing teacher, vocal coach and choir director for many