The versatile musician and violinist Lidia Vinyes-Curtis, studied lyric singing with the maestro J. Sirena and specialized in baroque violin and early music at the Conservatoire Superior de Toulouse and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. He currently works as a violinist in the Orquestra Barroca Catalana, Al Ayre Español and the Ensemble baroque de Limoges, among other baroque ensembles.
In 2013 she won the Bachwoche at the Bachakademie in Stuttgart and became a regular soloist for conductor H. Rilling in J. S. Bach's passions and cantatas at the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, the Thomaskirche in Leipzig and the City Hall in Hong Kong. She also performed this repertoire, invited by the Belgian conductor S. Kuijken, in Germany and Belgium as well as touring Japan. She is a regular contributor of theensemble Bach-Vokal from Stuttgart with organist and conductor K. Johannsen.
Her path through opera begins with J. Pons, playing Pirene inAtlantida by M. de Falla with the National Orchestra of Spain (ONE). She made her debut at Gran Teatre del Liceu with the role of Ascanio in Benvenuto Cellini produced by T. Gilliam, at the Theater des Champs Elysées with J-C. Malgoire, at the Teatro de la Zarzuela singing Spanish Baroque and at Teatro Real in the production of Rodelinda by Händel directed by I. Bolton, work that also interprets in the Opera of Caen and the Opera of Lyon directed by E. Haïm. The Liceu invites her again to sing Annio in La Clemenza di Tito, produced by D. McVicar, among others.
She has also been conducted by G. Dudamel with whom she sang the Ninth by Beethoven as well as works by Mendelssohn with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra at the Perelada Festival. In L'Auditori de Barcelona she also performed the Ninth by Beethoven with K. Ono and the Cantata BWV 170 with J. de la Rubia and the Orquestra Barroca Catalana. Together with the harpist Manuel Vilas, she has recorded a series of Tonos Humanos of the Spanish 17th century for Naxos label, and with the BBC Symphony Orchestra the work by E. Granados Goyescas for Harmonia Mundi.