Erin Rosales
(She/Her) Praised for her “remarkably agile” (Fanfare Magazine) and “creamy” voiced singing (Chicago Stage Standard), Erin Rosales brings “fearless intensity” (Chicago Classical Review) and “intensely valid vocalism” (Voce di Meche) to the operatic and concert stage. Characterized as possessing a “voice of a generation” and a personality that "simply oozes charm" (Parterre Box), Ms. Rosales is quickly winning over the nation as she establishes herself as an artist on the rise.
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Broadway Cabaret
Featured Artist
St. Petersburg Opera Company

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The 2022/2023 season marks a number of exciting debuts for Ms. Rosales including a Carnegie Hall debut and role debuts as Dritte Dame in Die Zauberflöte with Washington Opera Society, Miss Foster in Weill’s rarely performed Lady in the Dark at Bronx Opera, and Isabella (cover with performance) in L'Italiana in Algeri at St Petersburg Opera Company. This spring, Ms. Rosales will appear as the Alto Soloist in Handel’s Messiah with the choir and orchestra of NYC’s Madison Avenue Baptist Church. She also advances as a National Semi-finalist in the prestigious Loren L. Zachary Competition.

In the 2021/2022 season, Ms. Rosales reprised two of her signature roles, Carmen (title role, Hispanic Heritage Month at New York Public Library) and Suzuki (Madama Butterfly, Opera West). Ms. Rosales made her house debut at St Petersburg Opera Company, covering the roles of Juno and Ino in Handel’s Semele and performing and covering La Marquise de Berkenfield in La Fille du Régiment. She then returned to Opera San José where she debuted as Consuelo in West Side Story and went on to make her Mainstage debut at Charlottesville Opera, singing Sister Berthe in The Sound of Music and Olga in The Merry Widow.

Notable career highlights include Ms. Rosales’s “delightfully wicked” (Operawire) and “comical yet deadly” (The Wall Street Journal) portrayal as Second Witch in Unison Media / Death of Classical’s production of Dido & Aeneas taking place in the catacombs of Greenwood Cemetery. She also starred as Asakir in the Chicago & Midwest Premiere of Fairouz’s Sumeida’s Song with Third Eye Theater Ensemble to critical acclaim. Ms. Rosales was praised for bringing “fearless intensity to the bitter, unhinged Asakir, a kind of Mommy Dearest of the desert. The young mezzo-soprano threw herself into the demanding role singing with volatile commitment." She can also be heard originating the role of Austin on the World Premiere recording of Crean's The Great God Pan released on Naxos America. She also had the pleasure of singing the title role in excerpts from Xavier Rodriguez’s Frida in a broadcast for Mexican Television Station, SMRTV.

Other recent portrayals include Inės (Il Trovatore) at Opera San José, Cousin Hebe (HMS Pinafore) and Tisbe (La Cenerentola) with Opera Louisiane, Rosina (cover, Il Barbiere di Siviglia) at the Natchez Festival of Music, Pitti-Sing (The Mikado) at DuPage Opera Theater, Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Bronx Opera, and Secretary (The Consul) also at Bronx Opera. She has placed as a semifinalist in several important competitions including Premiere Opera + NYIOP Voice Competition (2021, 2020), Camerata Bardi International Voice Competition (2021), and Lyra New York Competition (2021).

Ms. Rosales studied voice in Paris, France at the Ecole Normale de Musique. Outside of music, she is an Award Winning Michelin Starred bartender and mixologist. Ms. Rosales currently is a student of International Operatic Soprano, Jennifer Rowley.

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