“Always a delicate artist of great musicality, she let the melodic enchantment flow with her mastery of coloratura, assured tecniche, homogeneous voice, attractive color, and accurate dramatic instinct”
Scherzo – Javier Pérez Senz
“María Hinojosa is an all-round singer that, with her lyric soprano voice, approaches with equal aplomb and success both roles in the grand repertoire as those in forgotten baroque titles, also excelling in recitals of any period or style.”
Doce Notas – Arburua Iribarren
“An extremely inspired María Hinojosa, with her very own characteristic interpretation of the music (in the broadest meaning of the word), both vocally and gesturally, makes her precious and precise voice boost thanks to the staging she herself creates for her character.”
B-RITMOS – Federico  Francesch

Wagner’s “Das Liebesverbot” 
Teatro Real de Madrid and TVE coproduction.

Wagner’s “Das Liebesverbot”  
Teatro Real de Madrid and TVE coproduction.

Artaria Ensemble
Antonio Vivaldi: Magnificat
Giovanni Antonini, director

Ensemble Estro Cromatico, Milano
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
“Flammende Rose, Zierde der Erden”, German aria HWV 210

Nereydas, period instruments orchestra
W. A. Mozart KV 399
Laudate Dominum – Vesperae solennes confessore
Javier Ulises Illán, conductor

Vespres d´Arnadí baroque orchestra
Ombre, piante, aria of the 1st act
Rodelinda, Regina de Longobardi HWV 19
Opera by George Frideric Handel
Dani Espasa, direction

Bachianas Brasileiras nº 5
 Heitor Villa-Lobos
Eduard Iniesta & María Hinojosa 

Agafa’m per on vulguis
Eduard Iniesta & María Hinojosa
Poem by de Segimon Serrallonga
Music by Eduard Iniesta.

Fulgeat sol – Juditha triumphans – A. Vivaldi
Capella Cracoviensis
Vocal Ensemble Accademia Bizantina
Ottavio Dantone – harpsichord, conductor

Antigono, Act II: Act II: Di due ciglia il bel sereno (Clearco)
Antonio Maria Mazzoni
Conductor: Enrico Onofri
Orchestra: Divino Sospiro Composer: 

Música en la Catedral de Sevilla
Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla 
Enrico Onofri – director

Luigi Boccherini Aria “¡Ay de mí!”
de “Clementina”

A Sombra de Cristal · F Bude
Real Filharmonía de Galicia

Conductor: Paul Daniel