The Soprano Rocío Pérez born in Madrid where she start from an early age her training in music, clarinet and drama realizing at the 14 age at the Teatro Real in Madrid as "Sophie" in The Little Sweep by Britten. From this moment Rocío acquires musical and drama training, performing different plays in places like Festival de Teatro Clasico de Almagro and international theaters in Washington DC, Lisbon and Oporto. She begins her training in singing with Elena Valdelomar and finishes her higher education at the Escuela Superior de Canto in Madrid with Victoria Manso and Francisco Pérez. Continuing her professional way, she takes part in operas like “Cinderella” by P.M.Davies, Dido and Aeneas by H.Purcel and Falstaff by Verdi in different Spanish theatres. Likewise she is a soloist in the Cantania ́s Project at L ́Auditori de Barcelona during five seasons. Also she collaborates as a soloist in the world premiere of Bildlos / weglos by Wolfgang Rihm in MITO ́s Festival in Italy.
In 2014 she begins to be part of the Opera Studio in Strasbourg where she sings Il matrimonio segreto by Cimarosa, La belle ou bois dorment by Respighi and Ariane et Barbe-Bleue by Dukas in theatres like L ́Opera National du Rihn and Athénée in Paris. Rocío is awarded with the 2nd prize, most promising young prize and audience prize in the XXVII “Concours de chant Lyrique de Marmande” also the 1st prize and most promising young prize in the XII edition for the international competition “Luis Mariano” and 2nd prize and most promising young prize in the IX International competition of singers “Villa de Colmenar Viejo”. She has also received the 2nd prize in the Young Musicians competition in Spain and she received a scholarship from the “Asociacion amigos de la opera” and “Juventudes Musicales” of Madrid. Rocio has attended vocal master classes by Natalie Dessay, Ana Luisa Chova, Dolora Zajick, June Anderson, Carlos Chausson and others.
Currently she continues in L ́opera National du Rihn where she sings Cendrillon by W.Ferrari, La cambiale di matrimonio by Rossini, Don Carlo by Verdi and Pénélope by Fauré.