Founder and Artistic Director of "Opera on the Go, Ltd.", Jodi Rose has dedicated the 20-year-old company to bringing American Contemporary Opera to children and adults everywhere, thus cultivating the audiences of tomorrow.

Jodi has portrayed such diverse roles as Mimi in La Boheme with the Philadelphia Lyric Opera Company; Adele in Die Fledermaus in Vienna, Austria; and Catherine in Pomme D'api with St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, performed in Town Hall, New York City.

Favorite characters from among her 20 musicals include Sarah Brown in Guys  and Dolls; Marian Paroo in Music Man; Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady; and Guinevere in Camelot.  With "Opera on the Go”, Ms. Rose has performed everything from a 10year old Red Riding Hood, which she performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; to a husband nagging Hen in Chanticleer. Jodi has staged multiple one woman “Cabaret Style” Concerts; most recently “Hope For The Future” which she donated as a fund raiser for the Ronald McDonald House and was received with great success. Jodi has directed and/or choreographed more than 30 professional musical theater/opera productions. 

Three of the company's operas, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, and Pirate Captains, have been presented on New York City Public Television, as well as their song and dance musical revue, Showboat Rhapsody. Also for Public Television, Jodi was taped "live" conducting an Artist in Residency program for junior high and high school students. She has directed Workshops with as many as 150 students culminating in a student performance. Because of her entrepreneurial work since 1996, she has been written up in “Who’s Who of American Women” as well as “The World Who’s Who of American Women”.

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