Alyson Rosales is one of the most prominent chilean singers of her generation.

Rosales won the 1° prize, Audience award and a the special prize "the best Chilean qualified" of the XLV International Competition Dr. Luis Sigall 2018, 1° prize and prize for the best performer of the Chilean song in the Competition Mujeres en la música III 2019, Chile,  and 1° prize and a special prize in the singing category of the International Competition Gianluca Campochiaro 2017 (Catania, Italy). 

She has also been a finalist with different recognizable in Competizione dell'opera 2019, Neapolitan Masters Competition II 2019, Nuits Lyriques de Marmande 2018 and 4th Manhattan International Music Competition 2019 "

Alyson performed recitals at the Teatro del Lago in Chile as part of the Music Festival  51 ° Semanas Musicales de Frutillar with orchestra and piano, where specialized critics have highlighted the beauty of her interpretations.

"A star is born: Alyson Rosales" Mario Cordova, El Mercurio,

February 2019 - Chile

"A fine voice, with a long projection, communicative, the one that skillfully handles in terms of nuances,

inflections and musicality." by Alvaro Gallegos, ADN radio ,

February 2019- Chile

Alyson has participated in gala concerts at the Teatro Massimo Bellini, Teatro Bellini di Napoli, Wintertheater Sochi and the FILharmonie Filderstadt. In 2019, she plays the role of Nymph 1 in Rusalka at the Tiroler Festspiele Erl, Austria, together with the Orchestra of the Tiroler Festpiele, conducted by Alexander Prior, and staged under the command of the regie Florentina Klepper.


She has sung in symphonic choirs as soloist in "Requiem", "Versperae solennes de confessore" and "Piccolomini Messe" by W.A. Mozart, "Magnificat" by A. Vivaldi and "Magnificat" by J.S. Bach, “Carmina Burana” by Carl Off, among others. She has also performed different solo concerts in Germany.


Rosales has participated in numerous workshops and masterclasses with renowned artists and pedagogues such as Javier Camarena, Ramón Vargas, Margreet Honig, Graciela Araya, Inge Borkh, Peter Herne, Eduardo Jimenez, Ulrike Sonntag, Anja Nicklich and Marie Helle.

Alyson Rosales holds scholarships from the Chilean endowments “Corporación de los Amigos del Teatro Municipal” and “Fundación Ibañez Atkinson”. She is also sponsored by the German endowments “Rotary Stiftung Stuttgart 2017”and in 2018 she she has received of one of the scholarships awarded to young talents around the world by Richard-Wagner -Verband-International, attending the Bayreuther Festspiele 2018


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