The Andalusian soprano Lucía García Guerrero began her musical career at the age of 3 years old, participating as a chorister and soloist of the Escolanía de Lucena. When she was 6 years old, she was a finalist in the National Contest Premios Veo Veo, which was a boost in her professional development, allowing her to participate in other contests for young talents, being winner and finalist in several occasions.
Despite her youth, she has been able to share the stage with great figures such as Ainhoa Arteta or Montserrat Caballé; in 2013, she was invited to sing as a child prodigy of the lyric, on the program Wake Up America in Miami, USA; and, in 2018, she was proclaimed winner of the Iguazú en Concierto International competition, in Argentina.
Throughout her short but successful career, with an intense activity of concerts as a soloist both in Spain and Europe, Lucía García Guerrero has achieved several awards, such as being named Honorary Godmother of Lucena’s candidacy to become a creative city of music, a title awarded by Unesco.
Despite his experience on stage, he continues to complete his musical training. He has studied 6 years in the specialty of piano at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Maestro Chicano in Lucena (Córdoba) and has finished the Professional Singing degree with the qualification of Honors at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Manuel Carra in Málaga. At present, she is studying the Advanced Singing Degree at the Victoria Eugenia Conservatory of Music in Granada. She has also participated as an active student in the master classes of Edgardo Rocha, Mariola Cantarero, Xavier Sabata and Fiorenza Cedolins. García Guerrero is currently working on her vocal technique with speech therapist and professional singer Francisco Crespo.
On October 8, 2022 at the Teatro Auditorio de Vícar (Almería) and on October 22 at the Teatro Isabel La Católica (Granada) he made his debut in the newly composed opera Abuxarra, Abuxarra, by composer Wim Zwaag and directed by Rafael Lamas.
On November 27, 2022, he received the AAAO Young Promise Award at the IV National Singing Competition City of Albacete, and in June, he received the honorable mention at the XXVI Josep Mirabent i Magrans Competition in Sitges (Barcelona).
His recent engagements include a Christmas Lyric Gala, a concert organized by the Vice-Rectorate of the University of Jaén, on December 16. Likewise, Lucía García Guerrero was selected for the masterclass of maestro Ildebrando D’Arcangelo in Italy, from January 11 to 15, 2023.