Charleen Andújar Ortiz

Dorado , PR, USA


ClassicalPopSingerTeacherMezzo-SopranoYoung Artist/Emerging ProClass of 2022

Mezzo-soprano Charleen Andújar began her musical studies at seven years old in the internationally awarded San Juan Children's Choir. The singer received a Bachelor's Degree in Voice Performance from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, graduating magna cum laude from both of them.

Her engagements include "Lota" in La Corte del Faraón, "The Mistress of Novices" in Suor Angelica, “Mercedes” in Carmen, the cover of Carmen’s lead role at San Luis Opera Festival in Mexico, the lead role of “Juanda Colón” in the contemporary work Cadáveres Violentos at the XII Festival of Puerto Rican Contemporary Music, and represented Puerto Rico in the Berklee International Folk Festival 2020. The mezzo-soprano has sung as chorister in Pagliacci, Suor Angelica, Carmen, The Bartered Bride, and Carmina Burana, among other productions of the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra, Puerto Rico Philharmonic Orchestra and Opera of Puerto Rico. The singer participated in the Boston Conservatory Opera Intensive at Valencia, and is currently a member of Boston Conservatory at Berklee top performing opera ensemble, the Opera Studio, where she looks forward to expanding her singing career.