Baritone Rod Gomez has appeared with the opera companies of Manila, Glimmerglass, Sacramento, Utah Festival, San Diego, Nevada, West Bay and Opera Pacific and also has extensive solo concert credits with the American Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, Berkeley Symphony, Sacramento Symphony and the Little Orchestra Society at venues such as Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall, Davies Symphony Hall and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, among others. He performed the world premiere of Ionel Petroi’s Les Melodies de Sancho Pança of the which the San Francisco Chronicle described “Baritone Rodrigo Gomez was the exquisitely suave soloist” at the Other Minds New Music Festival, and the title roles in Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Britten’s Noye’s Fludde and Billy Budd (the latter under the baton of Grammy-award winning conductor Kent Nagano). Recent New York-area performances include: Michele in Puccini’s Il Tabarro (Taconic Opera), Tonio in I Pagliacci (Pocket Opera NY), Schumann’s Das Paradies und die Peri (American Symphony Orchestra), Luigi Nono’s Epitaffi (ASO), and Maugiron in Chabrier’s Le Roi Malgre Lui (ASO), Carmina Burana (National Chorale); and appearances with three performance series: Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale with the One World Symphony at the Great Concerts for a Great City Concert Series, Dave Brubek’s rarely-performed Earth is our Mother with the Foundation for Universal Sacred Music and the Guggenheim’s Works and Process Series (Getty’s Plumpjack).
Alice Parker's "And Glory Shone:
Christmas Hymns and Carols"
Hostias / Faure Requiem
Libera me / Faure Requiem
Estuans interius / Carmina Burana
Ego / Carmina Burana
Dies, nox et omnia / Carmina Burana
Circa mea pectora / Carmina Burana
Omnia sol temperat / Carmina Burana