Marcela Pan is a native of Argentina and has performed in the most preeminent theaters in her homeland, including the Colón Opera House, Teatro San Martín, Centro Experimental de Opera del Teatro Colón and Teatro Argentino de La Plata among others. Her roles have included Dorabella in Cosi fan Tutte, Cherubino in The marriage of Figaro, Ottavia in The Coronation of Poppea, and Rosina in Barber of Seville. She has also appeared regularly in recitals and has sung in numerous oratorios in her country and abroad. She has sung under conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Helmut Rieling and Georg Solti among others. In recognition of her talents, Ms Pan was granted a scholarship by the Colón Opera House Foundation to specialize in Baroque Opera and was also awarded Special Prize of the Jury at the Athens Singing competition.
A graduate and apprentice at the Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires, Ms Pan has performed as a guest singer with important American orchestras, appearing as a soloist in works such as Bach´s Christmas Oratorio and St Matthew Passion, de Falla´s El Amor Brujo, Mozart´s Requiem and Handel´s Messiah. She has also appeared in solo recitals for different institutions and auditoriums in the US. In the US, she has performed in prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall, Hollywood Bowl and Disney Hall.