Colombian-American singer Catalina Cuervo, known internationally as the "Fiery Soprano” and named one of the “Five Most Outstanding Colombian Sopranos in the World,” is a versatile performing artist making her mark in a variety of exciting repertoire. The South Florida Classical Review has praised her as a “powerhouse,” “tour de force,” and a “larger than life” singer who “commands the stage with her impressive soprano voice and range.” Her 2022-2023 season includes her role debut as Elisetta in Il matrimonio segreto with Florida Grand Opera, Micaëla in Carmen in her return to Anchorage Opera, a debut with Fort Worth Opera to star in two concerts which she has curated: Noches de Latinidad: El fuego de una mujer and Noches de Zarzuela, her celebrated Maria in Maria de Buenos Aires with Opera San Antonio, a debut with Opera Naples for her much-acclaimed Frida, and an opera gala with the South Florida Symphony.
Ms. Cuervo holds the outstanding distinction of having performed the most productions by any singer in history of both Astor Piazzolla's opera Maria de Buenos Aires and Frida by Robert X. Rodriguez. Consequently, she is regarded as one of the leading voices of Latin American repertoire in the world.
She has performed her highly celebrated interpretation of the title role in Maria de Buenos Aires over eighty times for numerous companies including New York City Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Arizona Opera, The Atlanta Opera, and Cincinnati Opera, to name a few.