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Las Furias is a musical singing duo conceived by Gabriela Dossow (Chile) and Natalia Hurst
(Argentina). Las Furias unite their enchanting voices in Vienna to celebrate the feminist Latin American
songs with ancient and modern melodies from Maria Elena Walsh to Yorka and Vivir Quintana.
A musical map of resistance and the women's movement.
Natalia Hurst was born in Buenos Aires and currently lives in Vienna. She graduated with
honors in vocal and instrumental pedagogy from the University of Music and Performing Arts
Vienna (MDW) under Prof. Dr. Gertraud Berka Schmid. In 2010, she made her debut as part
of the MDW project "Roots. From folk tunes to art songs" in the Glass Hall of the Vienna
Musikverein. Since 2016, she has also been part of a series of women's rights initiatives as a
performer and as an activist to disseminate, celebrate, rethink the role of women in society and to
In 2020, she won an artist grant from the City of Vienna to develop her initiative
"Opera Triptych:A Quarantine Story." An interdisciplinary performance that relocates opera
scenes to the present and deals with the de-romanticization of violence against women.
Her album "Songs of the Underworld" in collaboration with pianist Ilse Schumann- Montocchio, featuring songs by Kurt Weill, Hugo Wolf, Samuel Barber and Arnold Schoenberg is available on Apple Music.
Gabriela Dossow – the Chilean soprano graduated with highest honors from the Faculty of
Arts of the Universidad de Chile with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in vocal
interpretation. She completed most of her training with soprano Patricia Cifuentes and pianist
Leonora Letelier. In 2016, she began the internationalization of her career at the prestigious
Lotte Lehmann Opera Academy in Perleberg, Germany. In December of the same year, she
performed the lead role in the DMUS production of "L'enfant et les Sortileges", performed in
Santiago de Chile. As of 2017, she is taking lessons in Berlin with Australian baritone David
In 2019, she will deepen her vocal training with soprano Veronica Villarroel and will
be additionally enrolled in the program of the Berlin Opera Academy in Germany.In the same
year, she emigrates to Vienna, Austria, where she begins to take lessons with the excellent
Icelandic mezzo-soprano Uni -Prof. Mag. Rannveig Braga-Postl.
In 2020, despite the pandemic, she participates in the intensive vocal workshop with
Uni -Prof. Mag. Rannveig Braga-Postl and director Gregor Hanke, as well as in the opening of
the festival Chilenidades, held in September in the city of Vienna.