Christina Rohm is a full lyric soprano who sings with "exquisite conviction and emotion" and her voice is "indescribable in its impact, beseechingly powerful, yet humbling and heartfelt."  Her repertoire includes verismo, bel canto, and contemporary opera, along with oratorio and solo concert work. 

She recently appeared as the soprano soloist in Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Staten Island Philharmonic, the soprano soloist in Beethoven's 9th Symphony  in her debut with the South Shore
Symphony, and Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni with Regina Opera. She returns to Regina Opera in November 2017 to sing Violetta in Verdi's La Traviata.

Christina has performed leading roles from the standard operatic repertoire including Nedda (Pagliacci), Cio Cio San (Madama Butterfly), Mimi and Musetta (La Bohème), Rosalinda (Die Fledermaus), Marguerite (Faust), Micaela (Carmen), Countess (Le Nozze di Figaro), Pamina (The Magic Flute), Fiordiligi (Cosi Fan Tutte), Leonora (Il Trovatore), Floria Tosca (Tosca), Alice Ford (Falstaff), and Hanna Glawari (The Merry Widow).

She has also appeared in several contemporary operas and new works including An Evening of American Song by David Sisco in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, the title role in Claudia Legare by Robert Ward in the New York stage premiere, Rachele in the world premiere of Il Caso Mortara by Francesco Cilluffo, and Harriet Mosher in the New York production and the European premiere of Tobias Picker's Emmeline, which was also televised in over forty countries. 

Previous oratorio credits include the soprano solos in Verdi's Requiem, Beethoven's Missa Solemnis, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Faure's Requiem and Handel's Messiah.

She has performed in operas, recitals, and concerts with Regina Opera, New Rochelle Opera, Chelsea Opera, Empire Opera, Staten Island Philharmonic, South Shore Symphony, DuoMetro, RiverArts, Dicapo Opera Theatre, National Lyric Opera, Liederkranz Foundation, Treasure Coast Opera Society, Opera Company of the Highlands, Bleecker Street Opera, Rockland Opera, Little Opera Company of New York, Riverside Opera, the Choral Society of New York, and the Metropolitan Opera Guild.

Christina has a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance and maintains a private voice and yoga studio in the New York City area.

Photo by Rebecca Fay


Soprano, Christina Rohm, has been called
"outstanding" by Opera News and "fierce"
by the Wall Street Journal.

She sings with "exquisite conviction
and emotion" and her voice
is "indescribable in its impact,

beseechingly powerful,
yet humbling and heartfelt."