He studied Choral Direction in the Escuela Nacional de Música de la Habana with Alina Orraca, María Felicia Pérez, Octavio Marín, Mª Elena Sierra and Marta Santibáñez. Performed in some of the main musical events of Cuba and many European tours. Continued studying in Sofia, Bulgaria and again in La Habana to finally graduate with professor Carmen Collado.
He has directed different choral groups, e.g., female, mixed and chamber in the Escuela Nacional de Música de La Habana and the Camerata Vocale \"Sine Nomine\". Currently leads the ”Torrecanto\" and \"Magerit\" choirs. Enrique has been awarded several acknowledgements for his work, e.g., the 2nd award in the Festival de la Canción Marinera de San Vicente de la Barquera (2015 - Sailor Song Festival).
She was awarded a special mention by the Comunidad de Madrid (2011). She debuted in the Coro del Teatro Real starting a career in which she has performed solo and as member of a chorus in operatic assemblies (“Rigoletto”, “The Magic Flute”, “La Bohème”, “Madame Butterfly”…) and in symphonic plays (Mahler's 8th Symphony, Beethoven's 9th Symphony, Requiem Mass in D minor by Mozart, “St. Mathew Passion” by Bach and “Messiah” by Händel).
As a solo artist she has also performed Vivaldi's “Gloria,” working along the \"Recuerdo\" quintet and in tours with Michel e McCain, Tommy Heart and Patrick Lundström.
She has worked with directors such as Manuel Coves, Pablo Mielgo, Valery Gergiev, Alejandro Jassan, Lothar Königs, Renato Palumbo, Miguel Roa and Sir Neville Marriner.
She finished her higher education in singing with Virginia Prieto, trained and shaped by Marta Arce, Wolfram Rieger, Teresa Berganza, Carmen Solís and Pilar Vázquez.
She has sung in various cities and halls: Teatros del Canal, CaixaForum Madrid, Fundación Juan March and the Auditorio Ciudad de León. Also, she has sung in the \"Ensemble Barroco\" of the ESCM, the Universidad de Burgos choir, the \"Ars Nova\" choir in Salamanca and the \"CantArte\" choir in León.
She has worked as a solo artist or as member of the choirs in debuts of plays by Antonio José, Miguel Ángel Palacios, Ángel Barja, etc. Adriana works as a singing and musical language teacher.
After studying singing in the Conservatorio Profesional Teresa Berganza de Madrid (with Julia Ruiz Muñoz), she focused her career in Renaissance-Baroque music with the Chamber Chorus of Madrid and working with professors such as David Mason or Alfredo García.
She has performed solos with directors such as Enrique García Asensio, Ana Fernández-Vega and José Antonio Montaño.
Currently, she continues to delve into historical performances of Mediaeval, Renaissance and Baroque music, as a contralto solo in \"Ars Combinatoria,” \"Scuola del Sospir\" and \"El Temperamento\".
At the age of ten he entered the Escolanía del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo del Escorial soon standing out as a solo performer in many recordings. He continues his studies in the Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid, with Miguel Bernal, Virginia Prieto, Miguel Huertas or Javier Carmena.
Specializing in ancient music, he has worked with directors such as Jordi Savall, Manuel Coves, Josep Pons, Jordi Casas, Peter Philips, Lluis Villamajó and Richard Levitt. As a solo performer, he has acted in the National Auditorium, Juan March foundation and the Teatro Real. Currently he works with ancient music groups (Capilla Real, Capilla Real de Cataluña, the \"Victoria\" choir, \"Los Afectos Diversos\"…) and also helps out professional groups and associations such as the choir of the Comunidad de Madrid, RTVE and the Coro de Cámara del Palau.
He studies at the Instituto Superior de Artes de la Habana and in the Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid, perfecting his trade in the \"Opera Studio\" of the Teatro Real and the Pesaro \"Academia Rossiniana.”
He encompasses ancient and contemporary music, whether it is in the set or in concerts: opera plays (\"Cosí Fan Tutte\", \"Le Nozze di Figaro\", \"Lucia di Lammermoor\"…), chapels or symphonic plays (\"The Johannes Passion\", \"Actus Tragicus\", Faure's Requiem…), performing in the Madrid Teatro Real, the Academia Santa Cecilia di Roma, Gran Teatro de La Habana, Opera Royal of Wallonie, and Berliner Philharmoniker before the baton of masters such as Claudio Abbado, Jesús López Cobos, Eu Sum Kin, Gabriel Garrido, Eduardo López Banzo, Joseph Cabré and Günter Neuhold.
His discography includes a dozen records that have been awarded several prizes.