Rolando Villazón

Tenor & Stage-director


Through his uniquely compelling performances, Rolando Villazón has firmly established himself as one of the music world’s most critically acclaimed and beloved stars and as one of the leading artistic voices of our day. He is heralded as “the most charming of today’s divos” (The Times) with “a wonderfully virile voice…grandezza, elegance and power” (Süddeutsche Zeitung). In his third decade as a performer, Rolando Villazón’s versatility remains peerless. In addition to operatic superstardom, he maintains successful careers as a stage director, novelist, artistic director and TV/radio personality.


Judith Neuhoff
Managing Director

+49 30 166359850
Francesca Condeluci
Associate Director, North America

+1 917 349 1443
Maria Meshcherinova
Managerial Assistant

+49 30 166359857


Rolando Villazón: Solo concerts in Switzerland, Monte Carlo & Germany & Star-guest at Dresden Opera Ball

The tenor presents a program featuring music by Mozart, Verdi, Massenet, Offenbach, and others, on February 17 in Andermatt and on February 24 at the Opéra de Monte Carlo, accompanied by the Swiss Orchestra under the baton of Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer. He brings the programme to Munich’s Prinzregententheater on March 11, accompanied by  the Munich Symphony Orchestra conducted by Guerassim Voronkov. Rolando Villazón is also the star guest at the 2024 Dresden Semperoper’s festive Opera Ball. 

Rolando Villazón, Serena Sáenz: The Magic Flute for children in Vienna

Rolando Villazón and Serena Sáenz sing the The Magic Flute for Children in Vienna on February 9. Two performances, traditionally held the day after the Vienna Opera Ball, feature Rolando Villazón as Papageno and Serena Sáenz as the Queen of the Night. Philippe Jordan conducts.

Rolando Villazón: Mozart Week 2024 in Salzburg

The Mozart Week 2024 kicks off on January 24 with Rolando Villazón singing and presenting the opening concert in the Great Hall of Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation. The Mozart Week 2024 titled "Mozart & Salieri" will be held from 24 January to 4 February.



Rolando Villazón: A collection of the tenor's greatest arias