Elizabeth Mondragon 
Mezzo-Soprano

Upcoming Performances

  • A Birthday from "Passages"2:09
  • Mahnung from "Brettl-Lieder"3:43
  • Chanson d'Orkenise from "Banalités"1:25
  • Breaking Night... from "Missed Connections"0:45
  • In the Beginning from "Of Gods and Cats"2:47
  • Heart, we will forget him from "Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson2:00
  • Sweet little Jesus boy2:29
  • Frederick Harding from "This Morning"2:23

Booking info

"In Cecilia, it is Elizabeth Mondragon, playing Charito—Cecilia’s mother—in two brief scenes who brings the acting chops. She is despair personified..." - DCTheaterScene.com

(Zarzuela Cubana - The In Series)

"Leading the cast (Dido and Aeneas) was mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Mondragon...she found the subtlety of the character and played it with an acuteness that made one watch her every move. Her suicide...was intriguing and heartbreaking..." - BlogCritics.org

Resume

  • Cuando está tan hondo from "El barquillero"6:08
  • Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix from "Samson et Dalila"6:29
  • Voi lo sapete from "Cavalleria Rusticana"3:46
  • There were portions from "Massacre"13:20
  • All that gold! from "Amahl and the Night Visitors"7:05

Oratorio and Concert

Silver Finch Arts presents:

The ​Lives Left Behind

  • The Female Stranger
  • What Gets Kept
  • Dreamless
  • The Name on the Door

Four one-act operas at theCapital Fringe

Westminster Church

400 I St SW, Washington, DC

​Saturday, July 15, 2018, 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, July 16, 2018, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, July 21, 2018, 1:45 p.m.

Sunday, July 22, 2018, 2:00 p.m.

Thursday, July 26, 2018, 8:45 p.m.

Ticket Information



The In Series: 2018-2019 Season

Viva V.E.R.D.I. The Promised End

​Source Theater

​1835 14th St NW, Washington, DC

September 8 – 23, 2018


Mozart's Figaro in Four Quartets

​GALA Hispanic Theater

​​3333 14th St NW, Washington, DC

​October 20 – 28, 2018

"The star of the night, though, was without a doubt mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Mondragon. Her performance of Aaron Copland’s 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson was a triumph, as she glided her way through the iconic poetry with strength, nuance, and a powerful wit that many others would forgo. Her performance made the piece as charming as it is beautiful, a feat that adds so much dimension to poems that have the capability of growing stagnant in their sacredness." - DC Theater Scene.com  (The ABC's of American Art Song - The In Series)

  • Quae moerebat et dolebat from "Stabat Mater"2:53
  • Eja mater fons amoris from Stabat Mater2:26
  • Widow's Air from "Elijah"6:22
  • Agnus Dei from "Petite Messe Solennelle"8:09
  • Bereite dich Zion from Christmas Oratorio4:50

Opera

"Elizabeth Mondragon was a captivating Carmen...never vamped or overacted. Like a cat stalking a bird, this Carmen came in for the kill. Mondragon’s love scenes...were sung with tenderness and her confrontation with Don Jose preceding her death was gut wrenching. This was a performance to treasure." - Brooklyn Daily Eagle  ​(Carmen - Regina Opera)

"Elizabeth Mondragon’s even, warm, and shimmering mezzo stood out... Her “Habanera” put the show to a solid start, and her “Una voce poca fa” was clear and riveting. Mondragon’s rendition of “If I Loved You” was startlingly beautiful...this Rodgers and Hammerstein classic is deceptively hard and Mondragon performed it effortlessly." - DCTheaterScene.com  

Recital and Chamber Music

Contact Elizabethhere for availability and scheduling information.