Irene Sorozábal

Blokfluit & mezzosopraan

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Irene Sorozábal is a Spanish recorder player and mezzosoprano based in Amsterdam. She has performed Early Music and Contemporary music in festivals like Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Amsterdam Fringe Festival, Oerol and Zücher Theaterspektakel.

Irene has performed with ensembles like the Royal Wind Music, Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht and Musica Temprana. She has taken part in several Contemporary Music projects such as “Koerikoeloem” by Miranda Driessen and “Over de beiaardier die in een klok veranderde” by Jorrit Tamminga.

She studies in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam where she obtained her Recorder Bachelor degree in 2018 with Erik Bosgraaf as main teacher. Currently she studies Early Music Voice with Xenia Meijer.

She participated in the competition Open Recorder Days Amsterdam 2012 and 2017, both times obtaining a prize in ensemble playing. In 2019 she was a member of the Junior Jury of the same competition.

Irene has sung in choirs conducted by Sigvards Klava (Meesters und Gezellen 2016), Rob Vermeulen and Adrian van der Spoel(Kurt Thomas Kursus). In 2017, she took part in the choreographed choir project Choreos (with Stephan Lutermann and Lars Scheibner).