Mexican tenor Alejandro Magallón has appeared in roles with opera companies around the world such as Houston Grand Opera, Minnesota Opera, Twin Cities Picnic Operetta, Tyrolean Opera Program, and Ópera Guadalajara. With these companies he has originated several roles in world premiere operas such as: The Crooner in Paul Moravec's The Shining, Ricardo in Ethan Fredrick Greene's A Way Home, and Wu in Mary Carol Warwick's The Clever Wife. In 2013 he was awarded Third place in the Soma International Foundation's Lois Alba Aria Competition. A well-versed concert soloist, Magallón has been featured in the Minnesota Orchestra, Cynthia Woods Pavilion, Houston's Hobby Center's Zilkha Hall, and Minnesota Opera Center. He has curated several intimate concerts celebrating the music and culture of Mexico. Committed to education and community outreach, Alejandro has performed over 800 performances with Houston Grand Opera's touring ensemble, Opera To-Go! He has been a teaching artist for more than a decade working with HGO, Minnesota Opera, Young Audiences of Houston, and Mill City Opera.