The coloratura soprano Anabel Real concluded the musical part of the evening with the pianist Izabel Melkonyan. She started with one of the greatest classics of her repertoire, the first aria of the Queen of the Night, of Mozart's Magic Flute. This aria, with its high register, demands great vocal flexibility. The singer fascinates with her ideal voice placement and precise text articulation. Her full middle range soared to reach tecnically mature coloraturas which culminated in a triumphant high F. She then showed her greatest vocal achievement with Violetta's aria “E strano” from Verdi's La Traviata, combined with really beautiful and melodious phrases. She finished with an aria of the sarsuela “El barbero de Sevilla”, a popular Spanish operetta. She presented herself and the aria with feminine confidence, flirtatious and with a seductive undertone.