The versatility of the mezzo-soprano Marta Infante allows her to tackle a repertoire that ranges from baroque oratorio, symphonic repertoire, contemporary music, opera and recital. Born in Lleida, she studied singing at the University of Ostrava (Czech Republic).
Led by directors such as Gustavo Dudamel, Víctor Pablo Pérez, Jordi Casas, Aldo Ceccato, Leon Botstein, Carlos Kalmar, Kees Bakels, Kynan Johns, Gómez Martínez, Josep Pons, Paul Daniels and Susana Mälkki, just to name a few, Infante collaborates with the National Orchestra of Spain, the Barcelona and National Symphony of Catalonia, the RTVE Orchestra, the Community of Madrid Orchestra, the Madrid Symphony, the Bilbao Symphony and the Galician Symphony, as well as the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Lisbon and the National of El Salvador, among others.
She maintains an important lieder activity and together with the pianist Jorge Robaina performs recitals in venues such as the Euskalduna Palace, Caixaforum in Barcelona, Fundación Juan March in Madrid and Palau de la Música Catalana.
In the field of early music, she performs at the main festivals in Spain and in Europe (Venice Biennale, Svatováclavský Festival in the Czech Republic and the Prague Spring Festival), in South America (Havana Festival and Mozarteum in Chile), in the Middle East and in Japan. She also collaborates with the most relevant groups such as La Caravaggia, Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, La Capilla Real de Madrid, Capella de Ministrers, Collegium 1704 (Czech Republic), Anthonello (Japan), Dresden Barockorchestra, Collegium Marianum (Czech Republic), Via Artis (Denmark) or Ars Longa (Cuba).
On these occasions, she is directed by the most important conductors on the current scene such as Vaclav Luks, Enrico Onoffri, Federico Maria Sardelli, Paul Goodwin, Giovanni Antonini, Ottavio Dantone, Richard Egarr, Paul Goodwin and Rinaldo Alesandrini.
In the operatic field, she participates in the seasons of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Teatro Real in Madrid, Teatro Gayarre and Teatro Baluarte in Pamplona, Teatro Arriaga in Bilbao, Teatro AMU in Praga and Teatro Nacional de Moravia in Ostrava.