Rodríguez Kipnis, soprano, comes from Venezuela.
She is currently pursuing doctoral studies at Indiana
University's Early Music Institute. From 1996 to
2001, she directed Bloomington's Ensemble Ensalada.
She has performed as a soloist both in the U.S.
and Latin America with groups such as Camerata de
Caracas and Musicam Sacram de Venezuela, the Indiana
University Pro-Arte Singers, Bloomington Early Music
Festival (BLEMF) and with Tragicommedia as part
of the Amherst Early Music Festival (AEM). Recent
solo performances include the role of Celfa in the
BLEMF production of La Púrpura de la Rosa,
Schütz's Musikalisches Exequiem under the direction
of Joshua Rifkin, Händel's Messiah with the
Dayton Philharmonic, and Bach's Magnificat and B-Minor
Mass with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. Ms.
Rodríguez recently relocated to the Washington
D.C. area, where she teaches voice and sings in
various professional ensembles. In addition to performing
and teaching, Ms. Rodríguez can bake a legendary
batch of brownies and is an experi enced bicycle