Admired for her purity and vocal luminosity, the naturalness and emotion of her singing, and the elegance of her phrasing, Núria Rial is one of the most paradigmatic voices in the baroque and classical repertoire of recent years. Her artistic interests also include the music of Romanticism and the 20th and 21st centuries, the fusion with styles such as jazz or flamenco, dialogue with other disciplines or musical expressions such as lied and opera. She has performed under the baton of directors such as R. Jacobs and I. Fischer and stage directors such as P. Sellars, in theaters such as the Monnaie, Staatsoper unter den Linden, Théatre des Champs Elysées, Geneve Theater, Carlo Felice Theater in Geneve. or Teatro Real in Madrid, playing roles of such a wide spectrum as Monteverdi's Euridice, Mozart's Pamina, or Núria in Ainadamar by O. Golijov.
Trained in Basel with K. Widmar, she regularly performs at major European concert halls and festivals such as Salzburg, Lucerne and the Bach Festival in Leipzig, with conductors such as Antonini, Bonizzoni, Capuano, Cummings, Currentzis, Fischer, Goodwin , Hengelbrock, Jacobs, Leonhardt, Marriner, Minkowski or Pinnock, and is regularly invited by groups such as Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Bach Stiftung St. Gallen, Balthassar Neumann Ensemble, Bayersiche Rundfunk München, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Cafè Zimmermann, Camerata Köln, Concerto Köln, Il Giardino Armonico, Il Pomo d'Oro, Kammerorchester Basel, L'Arpeggiata, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century , Stuttgart Kammerorchester or The English Concert.
Her extensive discography, which includes albums with labels such as Harmonia Mundi France and concerts for the Mezzo and Arte channels, has won awards such as the Orphée d'Or in 2010 for her work on Händel's German arias with Michael Oman and the Austrian Baroque Company, as well as with several awards at the Echo Classical Music Awards (currently Opus Klassik Awards) in different categories, such as Young Singer of the Year in 2009 or the award for best opera album for her CD on Telemann together with the Kammerorchester Basel in 2012. In 2020 she won the OPUS KLASSIK Award in the category of Best Vocal Record for her work Cupid dies with Pleasure Academy and Fahmi Alqhai. Since 2009 he has been the exclusive artist of SONY Classica.