Cecilia Montemayor

Cecilia Montemayor

As a musicologist, her area of ​​study is the Mexican Art Song. His book “El Lied Mexicano – Catalog of music for voice and piano” has been published by the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, and is present in the main libraries and music schools in Mexico, the United States and Canada, and is considered unique in its field internationally, making it a permanent source of consultation for singers, teachers and researchers. His new book, the anthology “The Song of Art in the Work of Julián Carrillo” will be available at the end of 2017.

       She is the Artistic Director of the MexicoLiederFest, the International Art Song Festival that celebrates the Art Song within a unique framework at the national level in Mexico, with concerts, workshops, exhibitions and conferences around this genre.

  Pedagogue of international stature, she was the Founder of the Mexican Association of Teachers of Singing and performs her teaching work as director of the Monterrey School of Singing and Piano (ECAP Monterrey). She is Artistic Director of Mexsong International – the first Art Song Academy in Latin America. Writer writer

Critics

“El Teatro Universitario se llenó de la poesía de Cervantes, gracias a la portentosa voz de Cecilia Montemayor.  Con voz melodiosa y poderosa que se caracteriza por sus agudos penetrantes, Cecilia Montemayor interpretó las poesías de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra en El Quijote y más poesías del autor”

Alejandro Salas – Abril, 2016

 “Una delicia para el oído fue el concierto  que ofreció la Soprano”

Conaculta

“Una de las voces más importantes de la Canción  de Arte en México”

El Porvenir

“Poseedora de una voz privilegiada y tiene  una admirable vocación por la enseñanza”

 Players of life

Records

JOSÉ HERNÁNDEZ GAMA – ART SONG

This recording reveals a different side of the composer Hernández Gama, known in the community for his work as a choral teacher and conductor, and as a composer of cantatas and symphonic works.

STABAT MATER

 13th century Catholic sequence attributed to Innocent III and the Franciscan monk Jacopone da Todi († 1306) and adopted in the Catholic rite in 1727,

Photo and video gallery

Stabat Mater de L. Boccherini Concert

Templo de San Francisco de Asis, Monterrey, N.L.