"Voice of great volume, which spreads throughout the theater without any apparent effort. The timbre is beautiful, dark, large, full-bodied and round."
Soprano Tatiana Carlos is acclaimed for her "a beautiful dark timbre" and for " displaying excellent projection and richness of phrasing." (movimento.com)
This season she will portray Leonora at Amazonas Opera Festival's Il Trovatore and Moema from the homonymous Brazilian opera at Theatro Municipal o f Rio de Janeiro. In 2020, Tatiana received the Ana María Martínez Encouragement Award in the Eleanor McCollum Competition, an encouragement award at the Rocky Mountain Regional of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and the Study Grant Award from the Premiere Opera Foundation's International Vocal Competition. She was awarded prizes in competitions such as Maria Callas International Voice Competition, Linus Lerner International Competition, Brigham Young University’s Young Artist in Voice, Francisco Mignone Chamber Music Competition, Villa-Lobos Chamber Music Competition.
Tatiana was seen as a Resident Artist at Bidu Sayão Opera Academy of Theatro Municipal of Rio de Janeiro in 2016-17, where she performed scenes as Roselinde (Die Fledermaus), Leonora (La Forza del Destino) and concerts performing only brazilian songs by Heitor Villa-Lobos and a french concert performing Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé by Ravel.
She made her professional debut in 2016 as Barena in Jenufa at Theatro Municipal of Rio de Janeiro. In 2019, she portrayed Elisabetta in Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda at Amazonas Opera Festival and was a guest artist in Vittorio Grigolo’s Grandes Vozes Concert at Theatro Municipal of Rio de Janeiro.
In Summer 2015, Tatiana participated in Dolora Zajick’s Institute for Young Dramatic Voices. In 2017, she was one of the singers selected to take part of the masterclasses given by Jette Parker Young Artist Program of ROH in Brazil, working with David Gowland. Other masterclasses include works with Rachel Willis-Sorensen, Sondra Radvanovsky, Carol Vaness, Jane Eaglen, Raphael Sikorski and Michael Fabiano.
Academic credits includes Irene (Theodora) and scenes as Alice Ford (Falstaff) while at Brigham Young University, where she earned her M.M. in vocal performance from 2018-2019 working under Darrell Babidge. At Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, where she received her B.M. in vocal performance from 2012-2016, she was part a brazilian opera premiere, singing Dona Maricota ( Os irmãos Repentistas), Lavadeira (O Cavalinho Azul), and Mutter (Hansel und Gretel).