Tania Lorenzo was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. During the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons, she was a member of the Junges Ensemble at the Semperoper Dresden.
She studied at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias with Eva Juárez, and at the Universität der Künste in Berlin with Carola Höhn, supported by the Fundación Mapfre Guanarteme and Juventudes Musicales de Madrid.
She has participated in masterclasses with María Orán, Brigitte Fassbaender, Nauzet Mederos, Hendrik Heilmann, John Norris, Marina León, Sonia Prina, Gerd Uecker, Deborah Polaski and Christiane Libor.
She was the winner of the Zarzuela Prize at the Certamen de Nuevas Voces de Sevilla 2019, the 1st Prize at the 2016 Un Futuro DEARTE International Singing Competition, the Jury Prize at the 2016 Valleseco Zarzuela Competition and the 2nd Prize at the 2015 María Orán Singing Competition.
Tania has performed the roles of Papagena Die Zauberflöte, Taumann and Sandmann Hänsel und Gretel, Frasquita Carmen, Hirt Tannhäuser,
Esmeralda The Bartered Bride, Giannetta Elisir d'amore, Erste Jungfrau Moses und Aron, Amour Platée, Milliner Der Rosenkavalier, Spirit Dido & Aeneas, Ella María la O, Girl Trouble in Tahiti, Nella Gianni Schicchi, Jessi Mahagonny Songspiel, Cobweb The Fairy Queen and Mademoiselle Silberklang Der Schauspieldirektor. She has also sung major roles in the world premières of several contemporary operas, including the main role of Amara in el minuto de oro de KK-TV by Lothar Siemens, the title role in Candelaria by José Buceta, and the main role of Susi in Das Rätsel der gestohlenen Stimmen by Johannes Wulff-Woesten. In Il Teatro alla Moda, a baroque co-production with the UdK Berlin and I Confidenti, Tania performed on the stages of such esteemed venues as Semperoper Dresden, Teatro Pérez Galdós, Auditorio Adán Martín and Schinkelhalle Postdam.
On the concert platform, Tania is a regular soloist in the International Bach Festival Canarias, with musicians from the Filarmónica de Gran Canaria and the Royal Concertgebouw, where performances have included Bach Magnificat, Pergolesi Stabat Mater, and Villa-Lobos Bachiana Brasileira no. 5, which she also performed at the Semperoper Dresden. Further concert appearances have included Pergolas Magnificat, the world première of José Brito Réquiem and Fauré Réquiem with the Festival Internacional de Música de Canarias. As a recitalist, Tania has given concerts at venues and festivals including the Otoño Musical Soriano, Robert Schumann Haus, Muziekgebouw, Barocker Stadtsaal Hall, Teatro Cuyás, Daegu Opera House, König Albert Theater Bad Elster, at the Gabinete Literario and at the Auditorio Alfredo Kraus.
She has worked with conductors such as Marcela Garrón, Pierangelo Pelucchi, Zdzislaw Tytlak, Moritz Gnann, Alejo Pérez, Miquel Ortega, Felix Krieger, Patrick Lange, Omer Meir Wellber, Paul Agnew, Danielle Callegari and Antonio Fogliani. Also with stage directors such as Rolando Villazón, Isabel Hindersin, David Matthäus Zurbuchen, Christian Poewe, Calixto Bieito, Tom Quaas and Alfonso Romero.