Eulàlia Fantova

An artist specialising in singing, she participated in the recovery of the liturgical drama El Cant de la Sibil·la.

Specialising in singing, Eulàlia Fantova graduated from the Catalonia College of Music (ESMUC) and continued her training thanks to the Fundació Fundació Victoria de los Ángeles scholarship and the Anna Riera scholarship. As a choir singer and soloist she has collaborated with the Amsterdam Baroque Choir, conducted by Ton Koopman; La Capella Reial, conducted by Jordi Savall: La Xantria, the Chamber Choir of the Palau de la Música; and other groups such as Hispano Flamenca and the viola ensemble In Nomine. She has also collaborated with the Baroque Orchestra of Seville and recorded an album with them, dedicated to Pedro Rabassa, which won the FestClásica 2011 award. She is currently a member of the medieval music group Quadrivium Virelai, formed by violas, percussion, keyboards and voice, and created by Jordi Reguant, and is part of a duo specialising in 20th-century music with the pianist Lluís Vidal. She also works as a soloist in the Francesc Valls Chamber Choir; with them, in 2014, she recorded an exceptional rendition of the Cant de la Sibil·la, conducted by David Malet.