Judith Rodriguez

Judith Rodriguez

Lyric Soprano

Lyric Soprano
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«You have done it the way I would have. There's nothing I can say except, can you sing butterfly for me?»
Montserrat Caballé (2018)
«Also standing out were judith rodriguez and a. cardenas who have interpreted the counts of almaviva.»
vivir almería (2018)
«contrary to what happened on opening night in 1904, madama butterfly, united the public in a grand applause in ousting the scenic arts to the real world.»
abc (2018)
2018Bizet: CarmenMicaëla
2011MozartFirst Lady
2009MozartContessa d'Almaviva
2009Puccini: Gianni SchicchiLauretta
2009Mozart: Don GiovanniDonna Anna
2009Mozart: Don GiovanniDonna Elvira
2008Menotti: The MediumMonica
2008Puccini: Madama ButterflyCio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly)
2008Menotti: The Old Maid and the ThiefLaetitia
2002Jose Serrano: Los ClavelesRosa


Texas native Judith Rodriguez, is a lyric soprano and Spanish music specialist, living and performing in the&nbspDallas-Fort Worth area.  Her voice has delighted many stages, most recently at Bass Hall in Fort Worth Opera’s smash-hit tango opera, María de Buenos Aires. Having studied with some of the best professionals in the Opera World, such as Mirella Freni, Montserrat Caballé, and Roberto Scandiuzzi, Ms. Rodriguez shares what the legends have taught her in her vocal artistry.

Ms. Rodriguez has received great reviews in Spain for her interpretation of versatile roles such as Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, the lead role of Marina, Monica in The Medium, Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi, Cio-Cio-San in Madame Butterfly, Laetitia in The Old Maid and the Thief, Pepita in Pepita Jimenez, Donna Anna and Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, and First Dame in The Magic Flute.  She was also a featured artist in the First Zarzuela Anthology at the Quijano Theater in Ciudad Real, Spain, accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra of La Mancha.

In 2015, Timeless Concerts Chamber Group of Arlington invited her to be a guest artist for their season and has been a regular ever since.  Judith Rodriguez was honored by the City of Arlington as a featured artist in their series “American Dream Story,” which reached over twenty-five thousand views in the first week of release.   

Ms. Rodriguez is currently working on her first solo album entitled, Dreams of Gold: Zarzuela Arias by Barbieri.

Judith Rodriguez holds a BME from Texas Christian University, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Vocal Studies from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid, and a License in Opera and Lyric Theater from the Superior School of Voice of Madrid.  She is scheduled to perform the role of Micaëla in Carmen with Plano Symphony in November and is under contract with Casa de España for An Evening of Zarzuelaat the Historic San Antonio Pearl Stable in August.
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CV & Repertoire

Musical Work Role Jump-in ready? Company Year
Bizet: Carmen Micaëla An Táin 2018
Mozart First Lady Immediately Opera Moncloa 2011
Mozart Contessa d'Almaviva Opera Konsert 2009
Puccini: Gianni Schicchi Lauretta Opera Moncloa 2009
Mozart: Don Giovanni Donna Anna Community of Cuenca, Spain 2009