Soprano Singer Violeta Devlos Laura He died last Thursday at the age of 52, according to the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INPAL) and the Ministry of Culture.
“Ministry of Culture mourns the significant death of a notable Mexican soprano Violeta DeVallos Laura who had a great artistic career at the Soloists Ensemble de Bellas Art பெs”The second company wrote on Twitter.
According to opera critic Jose No Mercado, the famous woman has died Peritonitis.
Alejandra Frosto Guerrero, Cultural Secretary, expressed his feelings about the death of the famous artist: “We are shocked by the loss. Violeta is extraordinary. The Mexican opera is in mourning. My condolences to her family, friends and colleagues.”.
The translator studied the song at the National Music School of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He made his professional debut at the age of 19 starring in the opera ‘Aada’ directed by Giuseppe Rafa.
Throughout her career, Violetta DeVallos has worked with artists of the ranks of Juan Ponce, Aquile Machado and Rolando Villason. He also starred in operas such as ‘Tosca’ and ‘Madama Butterfly’.
Grand Prize of the first Ibero-American Singing Competition 2001 and National Singing Competition ‘Carlo Morelli’ Awards DeVallos received in his successful career.