Christina Pezzarossi

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(She/Her) Christina Pezzarossi, a mesmerizing operatic mezzo-soprano from Miles City, Montana, has graced prestigious stages nationwide. Her journey began in Montana, leading to remarkable roles such as Margaret in "Light in the Piazza," and Lucilla in "La scala di seta" with Opera Santa Barbara.  From Kate Pinkerton in "Madama Butterfly" to Paula in "Florencia en el Amazonas," her emotional depth shines. Pezzarossi continues to captivate in concert and choral performances, leaving an indelible mark on the opera stage.
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Christina Pezzarossi

Hailing from the charming town of Miles City, Montana, Christina Pezzarossi is an operatic mezzo-soprano whose captivating performances have enthralled audiences on stages across the nation. With a remarkable range and emotional depth, Pezzarossi's voice and artistry have made her a standout presence in the world of opera.

Born and raised in the heart of Montana, Pezzarossi's journey into the world of opera began as a young dream. Her remarkable talent was nurtured by her community, leading her to embark on a path that would take her to some of the most prestigious stages in the country.

Pezzarossi's versatility and dedication to her craft are evident in her wide-ranging repertoire. Her career has been punctuated by remarkable performances, including her portrayal of Rossweisse in "Die Walkure," Margaret in "Light in the Piazza," and Lucilla in "La scala di seta," all with Opera Santa Barbara. These roles showcased her ability to inhabit characters with nuance and emotion, leaving audiences spellbound.

In 2022, Pezzarossi's talents graced the Opera Santa Barbara stage once again, this time as Ino in "Semele." The year prior, her portrayal of Wellgunde in "Das Rheingold" solidified her presence in the operatic world and demonstrated her command of both dramatic and lyrical roles.

Pezzarossi's commitment to her artistry was evident even during challenging times. In 2020, she embraced the unique production "COVID fan tutte" with Pacific Opera Project, displaying her adaptability and resilience in the face of adversity. Her portrayal of Kate Pinkerton in "Madama Butterfly" with Central City Opera in 2019 showcased her emotional depth and ability to connect with audiences on a profound level.

Throughout her journey, Pezzarossi has brought to life an array of characters, from the whimsical to the tragic. Her performances as Paula in "Florencia en el Amazonas" and Gertrude in "Roméo et Juliette" with Pensacola Opera in 2019 were marked by her ability to convey complex emotions and rich storytelling.

Pezzarossi's dedication to her craft has also led her to embrace a range of roles, including the cover performance of Stewardess in "Flight" with Des Moines Metro Opera in 2018 and Flora in "La traviata" with Opera San Jose in 2018. Her early career saw her captivating audiences with roles like Dorabella in "Così fan tutte" with Opera San Jose in 2017 and Alisa in "Lucia di Lammermoor" with Opera San Jose in 2016.

In the concert realm, Pezzarossi’s talents are equally dazzling. Her performances include Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with Santa Barbara Symphony (2023) and Pacific Symphony (2017), as well as Rossini’s Stabat Mater with Pensacola Symphony (2019). Her contribution to the choral world includes the Messiah with Laguna Beach Chorale (2021) and Encore: A Musical Revue with Central City Opera (2019).

With each role she undertakes, Christina Pezzarossi continues to captivate audiences and inspire fellow artists, leaving an indelible mark on the opera stage and carrying the magic of music from her hometown to the grandest theaters in the nation.




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