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Elizabeth Mondragon is a New York City and Washington, D.C.-based mezzo-soprano.

Her performance experience ranges from traditional operatic productions to new music premieres. Principal roles include Carmen, Rosina, Dido and Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors. She has sung throughout the Northeastern U.S. with companies such as Opera North, Camerata Baroque, Amore Opera, One World Symphony, Boston Lyric Opera's ONE and Regina Opera. As much a lover of concert and recital as opera, she has been a soloist with the Central City Chorus, St. George’s Choral Society and the Astoria Symphony featured in the Bach Christmas Oratorio, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solenelle, Mozart’s Mass in C Minor and Mendelssohn's Elijah. Her enthusiasm for new music and working with living composers has led to her premiering works by several local composers, such as Edward Ficklin, Erin Rogers and Lawence Rush, as well as having established a regular collaboration with New York City—based composer,David Sisco, whose songs she premiered last year at Carnegie Hall.