Light-lyric soprano, Carmen Moreno was born in Cumaná, Venezuela and now lives in Barcelona. She undertook her musical studies in the Gómez Cardiel School of Music in Cumaná, the Juan José Landaeta Conservatory in Caracas, the Professional Conservatory of Music in Badalona (Spain) and the Liceu Conservatory in Barcelona. Her educational work has focused on the teaching of vocal technique and conducting choirs, which she combines with concert work. She has been Conductor for Sanchos Sinistierra’s Lope de Aguirre, the Traitor under the stage direction of Karel Mena, Animalmusic, a co-production for the Barcelona Grec Summer Festival in 2003 and La Korbata, Songs of Love and War by Martínez Valls, and María Moñitos, a Cuban musical directed by Alejandra Egido. She has edited a book entitled Mi Técnica Vocal Paso a Paso (My Vocal Technique Step by Step) (Parnass Ediciones, Spain, 2012), along with various articles related to music and published by the online magazine ArtsEduca. She has given workshops on vocal technique to chamber ensembles and spoken at conferences on El Canto, su Técnica, el Solista y el Coro (Singing, technique, the soloist and the choir) at Aula University of Baix Guinardó and the Santa Clara International College in Barcelona. She has been invited to join the judging panel at international festivals in Poland (International Krakow Choir Festival and International Warsaw Choir Festival) and England (International Golden Nightingale Choir Festival). Currently she writes articles for the music magazine ArtsEduca, offers early music recitals and is Professor of Singing at the Escuela Estudi Musical as well as Conductor of the Esperit Cantaire Choir and of the Cantoría Requinto chamber choir.