Claudia Chapa


Camille Saint-Saëns
Alma Deutscher

Claudia Chapa

(She/Her/Ella) "Chapa’s exquisite, velvety voice was a pleasure to hear throughout. Her superb breath control, fluid legato, and responsive phrasing was shaped by an unostentatious sensibility and unmistakable polish. Her careful nuancing in the 'Lux aeterna' did not seem to pray for the light so much as be it." - Edward Forstman, artsBHAM

Austin Opera
Artistic Curator for the Connected through Music series, 2021
Board Member, 2020
Houston Grand Opera
El milagro del receurdo / Josefina, 2019
Alabama Symphony Orchestra
Soloist, 2017, 2018, 2019
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Claudia Chapa
is represented by
Robert Gilder
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El milagro de recu...

Arizona Opera, 2021

Entre Amigos
Co-Curator and Soloist

Fort Worth Opera, October 2021

Douglas Pew

Opera Grand Rapids, 2021

Lucia di Lammermoor

OPERA San Antonio, 2021

El milagro del rec...

Houston Grand Opera, 2019


Opera Southwest, 2019


Mexican Claudia Chapa made her HGO debut as Josefina in the world premiere of El Milagro del Recuerdo. Other highlights include recording Handel’s Messiah with the Royal Philharmonic at the famed Abbey Roads Studios, a return to Alabama Symphony as featured soloist in El amor brujo (de Falla) and Neruda Songs (Lieberson), and Fenena (Nabucco) with West Bay Opera.
Notable engagements include Azucena (Il trovatore) with St. Petersburg Opera Company, Winter Opera St. Louis, and Opera in Williamsburg; Ortrud (Lohengrin) and Hedwige (William Tell) with Opera Southwest; Mary (The Flying Dutchman) and Dryade (Ariadne auf Naxos) with Austin Opera; Fairy Godmother in Alma Deutscher’s Cinderella with Opera San Jose; Berta (Il barbiere di Sivigilia) with San Antonio Opera; Zita (Gianni Schicchi) and Zia Principessa (Suor Angelica) with St. Petersburg Opera; Zita (Gianni Schicchi and Buoso’s Ghost) with Opera Delaware and Baltimore Concert Opera; Marcellina (Le nozze di Figaro) with Charlottesville Opera; Ulrica (Un ballo in maschera), Madame Flora (The Medium), Dame Quickly (Falstaff), and The Witch (Hänsel und Gretel) with Opera in the Heights; Marthe (Faust) with Indianapolis Opera; Third Lady (Die Zauberflӧte) with The Glimmerglass Festival and Austin Lyric Opera.
Claudia most recently heard as mezzo soloist for Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, Verdi’s Requiem, and Handel’s Messiah with DCINY at Carnegie Hall.
"But Ballo blossomed when ...Chapa appeared. ... Ulrica only appears in Act I, but it's a stunner of a cameo. As prophetess, she summons Satan in volcanic incantation and thoroughly rules the stage. Chapa accomplishes this with magnetic presence and booming contralto. She's a dangerous, crazy bag lady, and Chapa's great scene is Grammy-worthy."
— - D. L. Groover, Houston Press