Mexican Mezzo-Soprano, Rosario Armas, is considered a “Unique colorful performer” by critics in Mexico. She made her operatic debut as Suora Zelaticre in the Teatro Sociale di Novafeltria in Italy.
Ms. Armas’ mastery of the upper and lower vocal ranges allows her to sing roles such as Rosina, Angelina, Sesto, and Carmen.
Ms. Armas’ performances include Cherubino in “Le nozze di Figaro” at the Teatro Titano di San Marino, Flora in “La traviata,” Dorbella in “Cosi fan tutte” and Orfeo in “Orfeo ed Euridide” in Mexico, Europe and the United States.
This year she will be performing the role of Masha in Shostakovich’s Cheryomushki at the Manhattan School of Music, and the role of Angelina in “La Cenerentola” in Italy.
Ms. Armas has also sung several Recitals at Teatro Xicotencatl, Teatro Pablo Villa Vicencio and La Casa de Musica de Viena in Mexico as well as Teatros di Santarcangelo, Santa Agata Feltria and Novafeltria form the province of Emilia-Romagna in Italy.
Ms. Armas is the recipient of the Judith Raskin Scholarship at the Manhattan School of Music, where she received a Bachelor of Music degree.