Singer originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, she began her musical studies at the Chihuahua Conservatory of Music. She won in her country the second prize in the 2008 National Fanny Anitúa Singing Contest and the 2009 Francisco Araiza Singing Contest respectively. In 2008 she was awarded the David Alfaro Siqueiros scholarship granted by FONCA through the Government of the State of Chihuahua in the category of Young Interpreters. In 2018 she was a fellow of INBAL Artistic Groups for further studies in Galicia, Spain. In 2018 she debuted in Spain with the operatic roles of Azucena from the opera Il Trovatore and Flora de La Traviata, both by G. Verdi, as well as that of Suzuki by Madama Butterfly by Puccini.
In 2016, she sang the Mendelssohn's Elf II of a Midsummer Night's Dream with the National Dance Company accompanied by the Orchestra of the Theater of Fine Arts of Mexico. Among this operatic roles, in addition to those previously found are Orfeo from Orfeo ed Eurídice, Gluck, the third lady of The Magic Flute, Cherubino and Marcellina de Le Nozze di Figaro of WA Mozart, Carmen de Bizet, Dalila de Sansón and Dalilah de Saint-Saëns and Hänsel de Hänsel und Gretel de Humperdink, this latest recording in Spanish for the Canadian company Teathre Sin Fil and presented at the 10th Tamaulipas International Festival.
She has been a soloist with the main Mexican orchestras and sung under the conducting of the Masters Srba Dinic, John Daly Goodwin, Amos Talmon, Jacobo Chi, Michael Köhler, Linus Lerner, Manuel Valencia, Moisés Ordaz, Raúl García Velásquez,
David Hernández Breton, Mario Rodríguez Taboada, Jorge Córdoba and Aurelio Tello.
She has toured Spain, Germany, Italy, Japan, China, South Korea, Argentina, Colombia, and Guatemala. He has premiered works by several contemporary Mexican composers such as Requiem by Isaac Bañuelos (2009), Glossa or the Sound of Language by Antonio Fernández Ros (2011), Cycle of songs for mezzo-soprano and percussion by Jorge Córdoba Valencia (2015) and Misa in Italian by Spanish composer Nicolás Otero Conde (2018). Interested in promoting the music of her country performing and managing in Galicia, Spain several concerts of Mexican song with great acceptance and success.
"Let us turn to the past: that will be progress."
- Giuseppe Verdi -
Today and May 17 • 8:30 pm • Stellae Campus (Praza da Quintana) • 15 euros • On May 31, the mezzo-soprano of the National Opera Company of Mexico, Sandra Olivas Cera, will say goodbye to Galicia after a year. As a finishing touch to her stay in Santiago with a scholarship, she has promoted two concerts with which she will seek to publicize the music of her country. .
Sandra Olivascera had not been singing in her homeland for years, so she accepted Casa Chihuahua's invitation to open the 2020 season of its Open Doors Thursday with a concert "Eternal memories. Songs that cross the oceans", in which she was masterfully accompanied by pianist Issac Lechuga and cellist Gabriela Bitar.
The mezzo-soprano Chihuahuense Sandra Olivas Cera will offer a concert this Thursday, January 9 at Museo Casa Chihuahua, starting at 19:00 with limited space. Free entry. We wait for you.
Currently I am continuing my vocal studies with Maestro Bernardo Villalobos who lives in New York and has been a singing teacher at the Met opera studio..
On the night of January 8, an unforgettable evening was lived on the first "Thursday of Open Doors of 2020" at Casa Chihuahua, wearing a venue full in its tonality with the presentation of the mezzo-soprano Chihuahuense Sandra Olivascera. .
The ambassador of the Mexican song was accompanied by the teacher Issac Lechuga Rascón on the piano and the teacher Gabriela Bitar on the cello, who were happy to receive the attendees and delight the audience that they enjoyed from beginning to end of a concert that in its first part consisted of Spanish and Galician songs.