Bridget Hogan

Bridget Hogan

Spinto Soprano

Hogan’s performance is sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes awe-inspiring. Her dramatic soprano can sweep from angry low notes to shimmering stratospheric strains of near-angelic beauty. New Y
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«Bridget Hogan sang beautifully as the Shepherd Boy»
ww.w.operabuff-sandiego.com (2017)
«ridget Hogan’s fine singing was the most rewarding aspect of this performance...I have no regrets about spending an hour with Bridget Hogan's fine singing»
Michael Miller, New York Arts (2017)
«And it is the major force here as well. Hogan’s performance is sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes awe-inspiring. Her dramatic soprano can sweep from angry low notes to shimmering stratospheric strains of near-angelic beauty.»
Ron Cohen-New York Theater Now (2017)

Bio


Canadian Soprano Bridget Hogan has been praised
for her “shimmering sound, and versatility of repertoire.” Ms. Hogan is equally
at home singing recital repertoire, oratorio and operatic works and musical
theater standards. She has appeared as a recitalist throughout Canada and the
United States. She has been a guest artist soloist with the New York City
Ballet, Toronto Philharmonia, Light Opera of New Jersey, Elmer Iseler Singers
of Canada and Windsor Symphony Orchestra among others. She has appeared in
recital and as a Cabaret artist throughout New York and New Jersey.





Ms. Hogan most recently appeared with San Diego
Opera as the Shepherd boy in their production of Tosca. Her roles with the New York City Opera include Ninetta from La Perichole, and a featured lap dancer
from the BAM co production of the New York Premiere of Anna Nicole. Other operatic credits include Marguerite- Faust (New World Symphony) Rosalinde – Die Fledermaus (Light Opera New Jersey)  Gretel -Hansel
und Gretel  (Opera New Jersey) Donna
Anna-Don Giovanni (Borderless Song,
Centro Studi Lirica), Mother – Madama
Butterfly (Opera New Jersey).

Ms. Hogan was also a featured artist in New York
City Opera’s 2011 VOX season. Bridget has been lauded for her interpretation of
music of the 20th and 21st century, particularly the one woman show “La Voix Perdue” which played at the 2015
United Solo Theater Festival in New York, to critical acclaim. New York Theater
Now wrote: “Hogan’s performance
is sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes awe-inspiring. Her dramatic soprano can
sweep from angry low notes to shimmering stratospheric strains of near-angelic
beauty.” She reprises her role in this work in
Aril 2017 in Cleveland. Ms.Hogan will sing the role of Mme. Lidoine in Poulenc’s
Dialogues of the Carmelites with Resonanz Opera in Summer 2017.



Bridget Hogan is a past Laureate Winner of the
Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques program, a Canada Council for the Arts Award
Winner, and selected participant of the 38th annual vocal masterclass in Brno,
Czech Republic. She graduated with her Master of Music Degree in Classical
Voice from the Manhattan School of Music, and from the University of Windsor
Ontario in Vocal Performance from the University of Windsor Ontario.
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