The Argentinean mezzo-soprano, Rosa Domínguez, began her musical studies at the Rijkmuziekakademie in Amberes, Belgium. In 1981 she entered the Universidad Católica Argentina (Catholic University Argentina) to study composition. In 1984 she began her singing studies with Susana Naidich. In 1987 she gained the scholarship of Leonor Hirsch de von Buch to study with Ernst Haefliger and participated in the first productions of the Centro Experimental de Ópera y Ballet del Teatro Colón, under the direction of Gerald Gandini, performing Alice in Wonderland by Marta Lambertini and Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg. In 1990 she moved to Europe and finished her soloist diploma at the Musikakademie of Basel (Switzerland), studying with René Jacobs.
Since then Rosa Domínguez dedicates her career to the Baroque repertoire and works with the more prestigious European ensembles: Concerto Italiano (Director: Rinaldo Alessandrini), La Capella Reial de Catalunya (Director: Jordi Savall), Ensemble Elyma (Gabriel Garrido), among others. She has participated in numerous productions of operas by Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Galuppi and Rossini. She has recorded for most important record labels Harmonia Mundi, Opus 111, Chandos classics, Ricercar, Astrée, Amadeus. From 2002 she studies in Amsterdam with the prestigious Maargret Honig.
From 2003 Rosa Domínguez teaches Baroque singing at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland) and has taught next to Gabriel Garrido at the Musical Camping Bariloche and at the Academy of the Festival of Ambronay in France.