Spanish-Argentinean soprano Maria Bisso was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, coming from a Spanish family. She received her musical education at the Conservatorio Nacional de Musica "C. Lopez Buchardo", were she graduated from the careers of singing and piano. She also made acting and vocal training expert courses in Teatro Colón Superior Arts Institut, Buenos Aires. She studied with KS Ruthilde Boesch, an with soprano Edita Gruberova, in Vienna, where she lives nowadays. In 2001 she was prize-winning at the "Maria Callas" International Competition in Sao Pablo (Brasil), being immediatly singled-out by the tenor Luigi Alva, who was president of the jury. 2002 she made her debut at Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires. As an opera singer, she performed, between 2003 and 2014 among others, Pamina (Mozart´s Die Zauberflöte), Zerlina (Mozart´s Don Giovanni), Lauretta (Puccini´s Gianni Schicchi), Musetta (Puccini´s La Bohéme), Gilda (Verdi´s Rigoletto), Serpina (Pergolesi´s Serva Padrona), Susanna ( Mozart´s Le Nozze di Fígaro), in Argentina (Teatro Avenida, Teatro Argentino de la Plata, Teatro Avellaneda, Teatro San Martin de Córdoba), Austria (Wien Musik und Darstelle kunst Universität), Bulgaria (Stara Zagora) and Czech Republic (South Bohemian Theater and at the International Festival Cesky Krumlov). She worked with conductors such as Christoph Campestrini, Mario De Rose, Rubén Dubrovsky, José Cura, Antonio Russo, Ricardo Rodrigues Moreso, etc.
As a concert singer, Maria Bisso, was heard in Austria, France, Italy, Argentina, China, Hungary and United States. She sang Mahler´s 4th Symphony in Houston (Texas) at International at Round Top Festival, Beethoven´s 9th Symphony in Czech Republic Southbohemian Theater.
In october 2008 she made her debut at Vienna's Musikverein, together with Bach Consort Wien, and Mezzosoprano Bernanda Fink under Maestro Rubén Dubrovsky. She recorded a dvd of Mahler's 4th Symphonie and Strauss Songs with Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra under Ricardo Rodrigueso Moreso. She made her debut in Vienna´s Konzerthaus in 2012.
She sang Bach´s B Minor Mass with Danubia Orchestra Óbuda (Budapest) under Jose Cura. She also performed in Vienna, ORF Großen Sendesaal, singing a very successful concert of argentinean songs.
In 2014 she had the leading role in the World Premiere of Cantata Scénica "Et Nunc et
Semper" by Mario De Rose, in South Bohemian Theater.
She will make her debut at Praga National Opera, in January 2015 with this piece.