G I N A PERREGRINO
"STEALING SCENES ON OPENING NIGHT WERE PHILLIP ADDIS' MERCUTIO AND GINA PERREGRINO AS ROMEO'S PAGE, STÉPHANO."
- Twin Cities Pioneer Press (Minnesota Opera)
Praised by Opera News and ArtsATL as a "standout", young American mezzo Gina Perregrino is already garnering attention on stages around the country.
Gina is the 2020 and 2021 Opera Foundation winner and has been heard with the Santa Fe Opera, Opera Philadelphia, Minnesota Opera, The Dallas Opera, The Atlanta Opera, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Lyric Opera of Guatemala, Central City Opera, and OperaDelaware.
Gina has also been heard as a soloist with the Cincinnati May Festival, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the Phoenix Symphony, and the Oregon Symphony. She was a featured recitalist twice with the New York Festival of Song and the Caramoor Center for Music and Arts.
Gina currently lives in Berlin and is an ensemble member with the Deutsche Oper Berlin in Germany.
"PERREGRINO ESPECIALLY HAS AN EXQUISITE EAR FOR SUBTLE, EXPRESSIVE GESTURES... [SHE] WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE EVENING."
- (National Sawdust)
"Women in Bloom"
Gina was featured in the May 2021 issue of Buckhaven Life in Atlanta, GA speaking out about being a queer woman in the arts, finding authenticity as an artist, and thriving in opera in a post-pandemic world.
Photo by Ken Howard
"Captivating" in Atlanta
April 26, 2021
"Gina Perregrino employed her dark mezzo voice to portray an ice-queen Jenny despite her red-hot ensemble" - Parterre
"Gina Perregrino gave a captivating performance as Jenny" - Atlanta Journal Constitution
AS JENNY DIVER IN WEIL'S THREE PENNY OPERA WITH THE ATLANTA OPERA
Photo by Scott Areman