Gina Gloria Tronel grew up in a musical family and began her musical studies at the Jacques Thibaud Conservatory in Bordeaux, France. From an early age, she studied piano, classical dance and sang in the children's choir of the National Opera of Bordeaux. These experiences naturally led her towards lyrical art. Along with her singing studies at the National University of Music in Bucharest, she has been collaborating since 2015 with the Comic Opera of Bucharest, where she performs roles such as The Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflöte), Despina (Cosi fan tutte), Blonde (Die Entführung aus dem Serail), and Madame Herz (Der Schauspieldirektor).
Gloria also participated in the new production of the children's opera Puss in Boots (title role) by Romanian composer Cornel Trailescu at the Romanian National Opera in Cluj-Napoca. Among her other projects, she had numerous concerts in Romania, but also in Paris, Bordeaux, Berlin, Rotterdam. She performed the solo soprano part in Mozart's Requiem, Bach's Mass in B minor and a Recital of French repertoire arias with the Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2017, she received her Master of Arts in Music with highest distinctions from the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, Belgium. In September 2018, she made her debut as Jemmy in G. Rossini's opera Guillaume Tell in Switzerland and continued the year by joining the European Opera Academy in Florence, Italy, where, to conclude her studies, she performed The Queen of the Night for a children's performance of Die Zauberflöte at Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.
Gloria was invited by Holland Opera to sing for the Koningsdag celebration in front of the Dutch Royal Family in April 2019. After this performance, she joined the Opera2Day/The National Theater production of Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus, directed by Theu Boermans on tour in the Netherlands, where she played the role of Katherina Cavalieri.
In 2019, Gloria won second prize in the international singing competition Triomphe de l'Art in Brussels and was invited to be one of the first three young singers in the Royal Danish Opera's new Young Artists Program for the 2020/21 and 2021/22 seasons where, among other projects, she was scheduled to perform in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte in Barrie Kosky's production as the Queen of the Night.
The Nose, Royal Opera Copenhagen
Gina Gloria Tronel from the Young Artists Program shows great talent, first as the barber's nymphomaniac wife and then as a blasé angel, bored on a trapeze under the cathedral's vaults. - Operaensvenner
There are many talented soloists. In particular, I want to highlight Gina Gloria Tronel, who both looks and sings like an angel in the show's second act. - Den4Vaeg
The part as the barber's wife, Praskovja Osipovna was well occupied by Gina Gloria Tronel, who also sang the female voice beautifully, throwing an almost magical light into the evocative scene of the Kazan Cathedral. - Aarskriftet-critique
Gina Gloria Tronel is wonderfully matronly as Osipovna. - Weekendavisen
Guillaume Tell, Tell Festspiele
Tell's son Jemmy, however, becomes the secret star of the evening, who literally has to stick his neck out for his father's stubbornness - after all, that's where the apple to be hit by Tell with the crossbow comes from. Gina Gloria Tronel succeeds in turning the arena into an opera with dramatic expression, a crystal-clear soprano and an unstrained generosity of voice. - Tagblatt
The French soprano, Gina Gloria Tronel, sang Tell's son Jemmy - a cheeky, self confident boy - as clear as a bell. - Berner Oberländer
Tronel plays Tell's son, Jemmy, with a lot of feeling. - Jungfrau Zeitung
Voix Nouvelles Competition, Bordeaux
Just looking at her, you know instantly: we are dealing with a soprano, and a soprano who loves the stage. Vocally, on the other hand, she is a splendid performer: very focused and brilliant, the timbre both ethereal and completely in the face (you'd think you were listening to Güden at times!), and as far as one can tell, the impact seems rather glorious in the hall. In French, the diction is surrounded by a superb velvet, something that would be Mesplé's articulation on Gheorghiu's tone. The taste remains to be watched (but nice trill). - Opera Critiques