Miguel Sola studied music at the Madrid Conservatory where, upon graduation, he obtained the first prize in song.
The musical career of this singer is both varied and extensive while he has participated in Concerts, Operas, Polyphony, Zarzuela, Oratorios and several world debuts taken place in Spain, including the Spanish version of Bizet´s Carmen with José Tamayo as conductor, Haendel’s Athalia at the Teatro Real in Madrid, and Figaro, a contemporary opera composed by José Ramón Encinar and staged at Madrid’s Olympia room, at the National Theatre in Lisbon, and at the Zarzuela theatre.
He sang in the Opera Christopher Columbus by Maestro Balada at Barcelona’s Liceo together with Monserrat Caballé and José Carreras conducted by Tito Capobianco. He also participated in “El Gato Montés” a spanish opera written by Penella, together with Placido Domingo and under the direction of Emilio Sagi, in a production of the Zarzuela theatre, at the Maestranza of Sevilla and Tokio, in the same year.
In December 2003 he is awarded with the Federico Romero prize for his continued dedication to the lyrical gender. He is invited to the Festival of Bayreuth to perform the main part in the opera Mosè by Rossini, with great reviews by the critics.
Among the extensive professional activities of this singer mention must also be made of his performance as soloist in Oratorios, Concerts, Polyphony, etc.
He cooperates with orchestras across Spain such as the Spanish National Orchestra, the Ochestras of Asturias, Tenerife, Las Palmas, Córdoba, Valladolid, Málaga, Coruña, Barcelona, Madrid, etc.
He participates in different discographic recordings such as his latest work of the Revoltosa and the Gran Via, with the Madrid Symphonic Orchestra, together with Placido Domino, conducted by Miguel Roa.
Some other important conductors with whom he has worked are Ricardo Chailly, Victor Pablo Perez, Jesús Lopez Cobos, Miguel Angel Gomez Martinez, José Ramón Encinar, Jorge Rubio, García Asensio, Luís Remartinez, Odón Alonso, Ros Marbá, Theo Alcantara, Frübeck de Burgos, Maximiano Valdes, Josep Pons, Boncompagni, Armiliato, Kaitel, Nesling, Romano Gandolfi, etc.
His roles are the most important of the repertories: Don Bártolo, Don Magnífico from Cenerentola, Dulcamara from L ́Elissir d ́amore, Leporello from Don Giovanni, Sharpless from Madame Butterfly, Don Pasquale, and a wide Zarzuela repertory.