Vocalist - Mezzo-Soprano
Acclaim
Frida - Florida Grand Opera

"Zaray Rodriguez was affecting as the mother of a dead baby and then as Rivera’s seductive, jealous girlfriend."

David Fleshler, South Florida Classical Review
Pelléas et Mélisande - Boston Opera Institute

"One should be wary of casting Zaray Rodriguez in a supporting role; when as Geneviève she recited the letter from her son Golaud, her notable steadfast vocal production entranced us."

Lee Eiseman, The Boston Musical Intelligencer
Ainadamar - Frost Opera Theater

"Zaray Rodriguez’s warm mezzo encompassed the dashing Lorca, stunning in black tie when first meeting Xirgu for his new play. When Lorca proclaims he will remain in Spain and sing for art over violence, Rodriguez was so impassioned one could believe it. Her dusky timbre blended beautifully in trio with Rojas and Ana Collado as Nuria, Xirgu’s assistant and protégé."

Lawrence Budman, South Florida Classical Review
Intelligent Systems - SoBe Institute

"Playing multiple roles and in ensemble passages, the six-member cast conquered Kievman’s challenging vocal writing with flying colors… and Zaray Rodriguez’s dark mezzo offered fine support."

Lawrence Budman, South Florida Classical Review
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