Maeve Höglund

The New York Times praised soprano Maeve Höglund as “a striking soprano,” and one who “stands out among singers.” Her engagements in the 2016-17 season include her role debut as Musetta in La bohème with Charleston Opera; Margaret Hughes in the New York premiere of Carlisle Floyd’s Prince of Players with Little Opera Theatre of New York; and Arminda in La finta giardiniera with New York’s On Site Opera. In the summer of 2016, Ms. Höglund debuted with PORTOpera as Frasquita in Carmen, and Long Beach Opera in Veldhuis’ The News. In the 2015-16 season, Ms. Höglund sang Giunia in Lucio Silla with Chicago Opera Theater, and Carmina Burana with Tucson Symphony Orchestra. She recently sang Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro with Sarasota Opera; made her Carnegie Hall debut as soloist in the premiere of Paul Moravec’s The Blizzard Voices with Oratorio Society of New York; and she sang Sister in Kurt Weill’s The Protagonist with Fire Island Opera Festival. Maeve Höglund has performed starring roles in Gotham Chamber Opera’s production, Baden-Baden 1927, featuring works by Weill, Hindemith, Toch, and Milhaud. Previously with Gotham Chamber Opera she performed Atilia in Cavalli’s Eliogabalo. She met with great success as Dafne in Apollo e Dafne with Pocket Opera; Rose in The Clever Mistress and Lucrezia in My Last Duchess with Cutting Edge Opera; and Mozart’s Requiem with the American Classical Orchestra. Her recordings include Stefan Weisman’s opera Darkling (Albany Records), and the complete vocal works of Victor Herbert (New World Records).

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