About Luisa Rodriguez
Luisa Marie Rodriguez is a performer, a teacher, a conductor, and a very passionate vocal pedagogue. Always interested in growing and refining her teaching skills, Luisa has recently attended the Acoustic Vocal Pedagogy Workshop at New England Conservatory, Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Summer Institute at Shenandoah University, and the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Summer Workshop, all after graduating with her Masters degree from CU-Boulder in 2014.
She has been invited to offer masterclasses of various kinds at a number of out-of-state locations and is always enthusiastically helping others to find themselves as singers and performers in whatever genre is most meaningful to them.
Luisa’s solo performances this Fall will include the role of Belinda in Dido and Aeneas, a collaboration on a concert of Latin American Composers at the Boulder Public Library, and the debut of an art song written for her by a local composer using the poetry of e.e. cummings. She has recently performed as soloist for the Tuesday Morning Music Group (Schubert’s Shepherd on the Rock), the Voice of Reason Women’s Ensemble (Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzes), the Rocky Mountain Chorale (Poulenc Gloria), the Colorado Masterworks Chorus (Handel’s Israel in Egypt), and with the Boulder Opera Company, Opera Colorado in Denver, the CU Opera Company, the Boulder Bach Festival, and Opera on Tap in a variety of performances. She has also had the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in the Brahms Requiem under the baton of esteemed composer John Rutter.
Along with several years of experience as a public & private school classroom Music teacher, Luisa is a choral conductor, directing a church youth ensemble called “The Hallelujah Chorus” and guest conducting for local and out-of-state groups.
Luisa is so excited to meet you, make beautiful music with you, geek out with you, and most of all to learn and grow musically and personally with you!