Gloria Londoño - Biography


"...It is said by the ones that know about this that hers is one of the most beautiful voices …"


Gloria Londoño is an Opera, Zarzuela and Oratory soloist that has been performing in USA, Japan, Spain, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Morocco. As long of her career she has got highly favourable criticism for her performances in roles like Liu from Turandot, Fiordiligi from Cosi fan tutte, Pamira from The Magical Flaute, or Mimi from La Boheme, among others.

Gloria Londoño Aristizabal completed the musical studies program of the Fine Art Conservatory of Medellín. She obtained a Master degree from the Music and Representative Arts Department of the University of Antioquia, directed by the German Master Detlef Scholz.

Subsequently, she moved to Dresden, Germany, to enhance her singing and interpreting skills at the Carl Maria von Weber Superior College of Music and to opera with the Master Nedjaska Ailakowa. Gloria Londoño was part of the Contemporary Lyric Workshops organized by Prof. Gisela Evers.

She has offered some recitals during the season “The sound of images” in the Prado Museum because of the exhibition “The Spanish portrait: from Greco to Picasso”, also for Classical Radio of Radio Nacional de España as part of the season “Soloists of the 21st Century” in its 13rd edition from the Royal Fine Art Academy of San Fernando. Also she has performed recitals for a lot of foundations and public and private entities.

During the last years, she has performed in the most important stages dedicated to the classical music of Spain and Colombia like the National Auditorium and the Royal Theatre, both in Madrid, and Columbus Theater of Bogotá among others.