Marta Bauzà is a soprano born in Pollença (Mallorca, Spain). She began her singing studies at the Liceo Superior Conservatory of Music in Barcelona with the soprano Carmen Bustamante and continued with the tenor Francisco Araiza at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart where she graduated with Honorable Mention. Continue there for two more years until the end of the Master’s Degree with soprano Ulrike Sonntag.
Her training has been completed by attending master classes with Dolora Zajick, Malcolm Walker, Margret Honig, Barbara Bonney, Lionel Sarrazin, Juan Pons or Ernesto Palacio among others.
She has been awarded with the second prize in the Balaguer International Singing Contest in 2016, with the extraordinary prize awarded by the Ferrer-Salat Foundation in the Francisco Viñas International Competition in 2016 and with the Jardí dels Tarongers Prize in the Josep Mirabent and Magrans of Sitges Contest in May 2019.
She has sung alongside the baritone Juan Pons at the Teatre Principal de Palma (Mallorca) in May 2015 and in the same theatre she debuts as Isidra Guzmán at the opera Maria Moliner de A.Parerra in May 2017. At the 2017/18 season joins the Opera Studio of the Opera National du Rhin in France where she debuts as Sheherazade (Sindbad by H.Moody), and Garsenda (Francesca da Rimini by R. Zandonai). In the same season and due to a last-minute substitution, Garsenda sings again at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan (Italy) under the direction of Fabio Luisi. During the following season she debuted at the Opera National du Rhin as Berta (Il Barbiere di Siviglia de Rossini) and Amirah (La Princesse Arabe de J.C de Arriaga).
During this season her commitments have taken her to the Tenerife auditorium singing the JSBach Christmas Oratory, and again at the National du Rhin opera (France) where she plays one of the flower-maidens at the R. Wagner Parsifal opera. She will make her debut as Micaela (Carmen de G. Bizet) at the Teatre Principal de Palma, and in the same theater she will perform the first Lady (Die Zauberflöte by W.A. Mozart).