Lucía Caihuela started studying classical singing in Madrid where she obtained her diploma with Honours in 2012. Shortly after, she continued her studies in early music singing with Xenia Meijer at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, where she graduated cum laude in 2019.
As a soloist she has sung under conductors like Richard Egarr, Jos van Veldhoven, Paul Dombrecht, Remy Baudet and José Antonio Montaño. She has performed in venues like Teatro Real (Madrid), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), TivoliVredenburg (Utrecht), De Doelen (Rotterdam), Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ (Amsterdam) and Auditorio Nacional (Madrid), also in festivals like Oude Muziek Festival in Utrecht, Thüringer Bachwochen in Germany, Festival de Musica Antigua de Ubeda y Baeza and Festival International de Arte Sacro in Madrid.
She made her opera debut at Teatro Real (Madrid) in 2012
as Proserpina in an educational production of L'Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi.
She has also performed the roles of Dido, from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Lucrecia in the Spanish zarzuela Donde hay violencia no hay culpa and the role of Gerda, in The falling soldier by Nikos Ioakeim.
She collaborates with ensembles like The Netherlands Bach Society, Collegium 1704, Música Temprana, L'Apotheose, Al Ayre Español and Seconda Pratica, among others.
In October 2017, Lucía took part in the final round of the prestigious opera competition Neue Stimmen, for which only 40 out of 1400 aspirants from all over the globe were selected.
She has been a member of the Young Bach Fellowship programme
of the Netherlands Bach Society during 2018.