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Angel Romero, Tenor

Angel Romero was a second-year Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artist in 2020-21. He performed Oronte in our 2019 production of Alcina. In the 2020-21 season, he played Ferrando in Così fan tutte. 

A native of Houston, Texas, Angel holds a BA in Music from Houston Baptist University and a MM from Yale University. While attending Yale University he performed the roles of Tamino/Die Zauberflöte, Triquet/Eugene Onegin and The Fisherman in Le Rossignol

In 2018, Mr. Romero was seen at Central City Opera as an apprentice artist performing the roles of Monostatos/Die Zauberflöte and Ruiz/Il trovatore. This summer Angel was a Young Artist at Santa Fe Opera and covered the role of The Prune Man in La Boheme.

In concert, Angel was the tenor solo in Beethoven’s 9 with the Yale Philharmonia under the baton of Marin Alsop. Along with being awarded the Irving S Gilmore Fellowship and Annie DeLoache Scholarship in both 2017 and 2018 from Yale University, Mr. Romero was a finalist in the prestigious Eleanor McCollum Competition.

Mr. Romero's Residency is generously generously co-sponsored by John and Nancy Traina and Gene Welsh and Marty Healey.

Angel Romero inspires a standing ovation with his rousing departing aria "Nessun dorma" from Turandot

Angel Romero in Cosi fan tutte was 'in total command of his voice, winning hearts with his passionate singing' said Seen and Heard International.

Angel Romero as Oronte in Handel's Alcina. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's review said he sang with "en­thu­si­as­tic mo­men­tum cou­pled with a smooth, lyr­i­cal tenor" on opening night.

Angel Romero sings at the October 2020 Brown Bag Concert

Angel Romero at our Valentine's Day "Songs from the Heart" concert

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