Teresa Castillo

SOPRANO

"LONELY HOUSE"
Street Scene
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"OÙ VA LA JEUNE HINDOUE"
Lakmé
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"DER HÖLLE RACHE"
Die Zauberflöte
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"O ZITTRE NICHT"
Die Zauberflöte
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"REGNAVA NEL SILENZIO"
Lucia di Lammermoor
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"OÙ VA LA JEUNE HINDOUE?"
Lakmé
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Teresa Castillo

(She/Her/Hers) Costa Rican-American Soprano Teresa Castillo, has been hailed by the San Francisco Gate as a “standout, bringing [vocal] power and florid elegance,” and by Opera News for exhibiting “a clean, concentrated sound, and a lovely, intelligent musicianship.” She has sung at the War Memorial Opera House, Carnegie Hall and in 2020 was scheduled to sing for The Pope in Vatican City which was canceled due to Covid-19.

The Princeton Festival
Madame Mao in Nixon in China, 2019
Teatro Nuovo
Resident Principal Artist, 2018
Virginia Opera
Herndon Foundation Emerging Artist, 2018
Merola Opera Program
Young Artist, 2016
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Schedule

Easter Concert
Soloist

Operatune Productions, 2021


The Magic Flute
Queen of the Night

North Broward Prep, 2021

The Impressario an...
Heidi Highmore

Christman Opera Company, 2021

Biography

Costa Rican-American Soprano Teresa Castillo, has been hailed by the San Francisco Gate as a “standout, bringing [vocal] power and florid elegance,” and by Opera News for exhibiting “a clean, concentrated sound, and a lovely, intelligent musicianship.” Ms. Castillo’s 2019/20 Season included a role debut at Knoxville Opera in the title role of Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette, an upcoming Carnegie Hall concert under the baton of John Rutter, and a recital with Pittsburgh Festival Opera. She will also be recording original works by Cuban composer, Odaline de la Martinez in 2021. Ms. Castillo recently competed as a Finalist and won an Encouragement Award from the George London Foundation. Other season competition highlights included a Finalist in Opera Columbus’ Cooper-Bing Competition, Third Prize Winner at the Opera Index Competition, Third Prize Winner at the The Jensen Foundation Vocal Competition, and the First Place and Audience Favorite at the Mildred Miller International Voice Competition. Her most recent award was the Second Prize Winner of the Altamura/Caruso International Voice Competition which will include a dedicated performance at The Vatican’s Pontifical Hall for Sacred Music in Vatican City. She was also a semi-finalist in the McCammon Voice Competition with Fort Worth Opera this year, which was cancelled due to Covid-19. 2021, she will be premiering an online opera (via zoom) as the role of Heidi Highmore in The Impressario and the Dueling Divas by Theodore Christman.
“Teresa Castillo’s bright soprano exhibited a clean, concentrated sound and a lovely, intelligent musicianship.”
— Opera News

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