Raquel Del Pino Herranz

Raquel Del Pino Herranz

She was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1996. She studied at the Royal Conservatory of Madrid (RCSMM), where she specialized in Spanish guitar, singing and lyrical singing with professors Elena Muñoz Valdelomar and Javier Somoza. She also studied under Josefina Arregui, Carlos Aragón and María Rodríguez; and attended piano courses at the Victoria de los Ángeles Conservatory and the RCSMM with Fernando Castellano and Adela Estévez. She has taken part in the International Festival at the Euskalduna Palace, and in productions at the Teatros del Canal, Teatro Real, National Auditorium and Teatro Monumental. She has also been part of the academic production of Purcell’s “Dido and Eneas” as Belinda, and Weber’s “Der Freischütz” as Ännchen. She has attended the “Project Canción Española” course at the Singing Graduate School of Madrid (ESCM) with Nan Maro Babakhanian and Emilio González (pianist) and has also performed at the RCSMM with Teresa Berganza as guest of honor. She has also been member of the Youth Choir of Madrid, led by the conductor Juan Pablo de Juan and Rennier Piñero. Since 2017, she furthers her studies with Professor Ryland Davies in the “Alfredo Kraus” Fundación Ramón Areces Voice Chair of the Reina Sofía School of Music. She has been granted a tuition scholarship by Consejería de Educación de la Comunidad de Madrid and Fundación Albéniz.
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