Romina Gurian is a young soprano originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, currently living in New York City. Her introduction to the opera world began in early childhood in her native country where she was part of the children choir of the Teatro Colón. There she participated in many international opera productions and concerts. Since her arrival to the United States, she has attended the Manhattan School of Music and Brooklyn College where she studied with mezzo-soprano Mignon Dunn. She was a full scholarship recipient at the Music Conservatory of Westchester with Renata Scotto, at the Epcaso Summer Institute where she studied with Enza Ferrari and at the Martina Arroyo Foundation. Romina made her operatic debut in 2007 in Buenos Aires with the Juventus Lyrica Company singing the role of Gilda in Rigoletto. Recent roles include Silberklang in Der Schauspieldirektor and Gilda with The Natchez Music Festival in Mississippi. For the 2012-2013 season, Romina was a young artist at Dicapo Opera in NY. Specializing in the light lyric and bel canto repertoire, she currently studies with Virginia Grasso. As a recitalist, Romina has performed in Argentina, Italy, and the US singing works of Mozart, Handel, Vivaldi and many Argentinean composers.