Posts tagged classical music
NEWS: Aliana Reprises the Role of Rumpelstiltskin with Guerilla Opera

Aliana reprises her role of Rumpelstiltskin by Marti Epstein with Guerilla Opera, a role which she premiered almost 10 years ago.

Read More
NEWS: One Year from #MeToo

A year ago today I was launched into a life journey. The story I shared seemed to me, at the time, to be small in comparison to some others, yet still, speaking out, and SO publicly, was the scariest thing I've done in my life.

Read More
VIDEO: “Is It Really Me” from 110 In The Shade

Aliana de la Guardia sings "Is It Really Me" from 110 In The Shade. From an outreach performance with her Dirty Paloma Voice Studio in May 2018.

Read More
NEWS: Aliana Featured in Haverhill Magazine

So incredibly flattered to be featured in this quarter's issue of Haverhill Magazine. The interview focuses on my work with Guerilla Opera, my local voice studio and my solo performances.

Read More
VIDEO: Maja Dolorosa No. 3” by Enrique Granados

Happy world voice day! I take my practice and vocal development very seriously. Sometimes I go out of my way to choose songs to work on, just for me, that help me develop or discover something new about my voice or to build on something that I feel needs improvement.

Read More
VIDEO: "Canción (para mi niño)" by Orlando Jacinto García

I performed Canción (para mi niño) by Orlando Jacinto García as a part of my Dirty Paloma program called "Spanish Johnny," a musical portrait of an old-time desperado …

Read More
VIDEO: "Amarilli, mia bella" by Giulio Caccini

Falling back on traditional works keeps up my technique, gives me goals to shoot for and allows me to fall in love with this music all over again. "Amarilli, mia bella" by Giulio Caccini

Read More
NEWS: Aliana Speaks Out in #MeToo Article

Today an article came out in The Boston Globe detailing the disturbing #MeToo interactions of several women, myself included, with a local conductor and music educator associated with the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and various other institutions in the Greater Boston Area.

Read More