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Mexican American countertenor Rodolfo Girón, has been described as a “…moving performer with a lush and delicate timbre...“ and “an ethereal countertenor with a rare gift” by The Berkshire Eagle. Last season he worked with Beth Morrison Projects and VisionIntoArt on the creation and world premiere of Paola Prestini’s The Old Man and the Sea also starring Nathan Gunn and Measha Brueggergosman-Lee. He joined the New York Philharmonic for the premiere of their commission Keyframes for a Hippogriff by Olga Neuwirth, which is part of their 19 Project, a multi-season initiative to commission and premiere 19 new works by 19 women composers. Mr. Girón also made his début with Opera Montana as Ottone in L'incoronazione di Poppea, bringing the first Baroque opera to Montana. He also performed the Brazilian Jazz solos in Golijov’s Oceana as well as the alto solo in Mozart’s Requiem with Musica Viva NY.

Recently he joined The Dallas Opera in their production of Jonathan Dove’s Flight, covering John Holiday. Other highlights from Mr. Girón's past seasons include Arsamene in Pittsburgh Festival Opera’s production of Serse and the role of Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Janeic Opera Company. While with Janeic Opera Company Mr. Girón had the opportunity to be a soloist in Vaughn Williams' Serenade to Music, under the baton of Keith Lockhart. He also joined Des Moines Metro Opera as an apprentice artist where he again covered John Holiday in the role of Refugee in their production of Flight. Other roles include débuts as Melanto in Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria, Ottone in L’incoronazione di Poppea, Ruggiero in Alcina, and El Alma in Juana.



"... his ethereal countertenor a rare gift..." – The Berkshire Eagle

The Old Man and the Sea Rodolfo Girón floors us as Manolin, his ethereal countertenor a rare gift well used as the boy who, far from being Santiago’s charge, is the old man’s guardian angel. 


"...remarkably talented..." – Culture Cabinet

The Old Man and the Sea Remarkably talented, particularly Rudy Giron as Manolin.


"...a clear tone that dipped into a startlingly confident and well-shaped baritone.” - The Boston Musical Intelligencer

Flight Girón, in the role of the refugee, sang with a clear tone that dipped into a startlingly confident and well-shaped baritone.


Elliot Brown

Agent | Classical & Artist Promotion

Adrienne Boris

Agent | Classical & Concert

Shawn Marie Jeffery

Vice President | Classical & Creatives

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