Kevin Gino, Tenor


Recognized for his “strong, utterly determined” singing, Filipino-American tenor Kevin Gino performs widely in both solo and choral capacities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. He currently studies with Cesar Ulloa, and he holds degrees from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Being an alumnus of both the Janiec Opera Company at Brevard Music Center as well as the Music Academy of the West, he has worked with some of the best, including Sir. Thomas Allen, Marilyn Horne, Anthony Dean Griffey, Patrick Summers, Dean Anthony, and Jeffrey Buchman. When Gino is not singing, he keeps busy designing and crafting new leather goods, learning a new recipe to enjoy, and window shopping on amazon and eBay. Recent performances include Peter Quint in Britten’s The Turn of the Screw, Don Ottavio in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Don Jose in Bizet and Brook’s  La Tragédie de Carmen, and tenor soloist in Beethoven’s  9th  Symphony with the Peninsula Symphony. Future performances include the American Bach Soloists and in Mannequin by Night with El Portal Theater.