Bárbara Lluch


Born in Barcelona although raised in Madrid, from a family dedicated entirely to theater, opera and dance, with 10 years of age she made her debut as an actress. He studied acting at the school of Juan Carlos Corazza in Madrid, and worked in film, theater, and television series.

In 2005 she discovers her true passion in the world of opera and begins her career as assistant stage director in the world of opera. Since then she has assisted some of the greatest stage directors, including Sir David McVicar, Robert Carsen, Bob Wilson, Mario Gas, Robert Lepage, Jonathan Miller, Romeo Castellucci, Richard Eyre, Klaus Michael Grüber,  Elijah Moshinsky, Jonathan Kent, Laurent Pelly, La Fura Dels Baus, Damiano Michieletto, Àlex Rigola, Kasper Holten and Christopher Marthaler.

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She has worked in some of the most important theaters, such as The Royal Opera House, London; La Monnaie de Munt, Brussels; Teatro Real de Madrid; Sydney Opera House; Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona; Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires and the Glyndebourne Opera Festival in United Kingdom.

Bárbara Lluch has directed, among others, the revivals of Don Giovanni by Francesca Zambello, Salomé and Le Nozze di Figaro by Sir David McVicar and La Traviata by Richard Eyre at the Royal Opera House; The Rake´s Progress by Robert Lepage at La Monnaie de Munt; Eugene Onegin, by Kasper Holten at Sydney Opera House and Das Liebesverbot by Kasper Holten at Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires.

On January, 2017, she made her debut as stage director with Le cinesi, a chamber opera by Manuel García, at Fundación Juan March in Madrid, in a coproduction with Teatro de la Zarzuela de Madrid.

In the 2018/19 season she carried out the stage direction of the opera “La casa de Bernarda Alba” by the composer Miquel Ortega at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, with an enormous success among critics and audience.

Upcoming projects include the direction of “Hansel and Gretel” at the Copenhagen Opera House.

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