Praised for her "riveting story telling" and “shimmering sound, soprano Bridget Hogan has brought her unique ability to communicate and innovative style to audiences through opera, pops and private recitals throughout Canada and the United States.
Ms. Hogan appeared with Resonanz Opera as Mme. Lidoine in Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites, and took on the traditionally male role of Arithmetic in Ravel’s L’Enfant et les Sortilèges with the same company. She joined San Diego Opera as the Shepherd Boy in Tosca, and as a recitalist in their community outreach program. Past roles with New York City Opera include Ninetta from La Perichôle, and a featured lap dancer in the New York Premiere of Turnage's Anna Nicole. Other operatic credits include Marguerite- Faust Rosalinde – Die Fledermaus, Violetta -La Traviata, Pamina in Die Zauberflote, and Gretel -Hansel und Gretel.
Ms. Hogan has been a featured soloist with several companies including the New York City Ballet, Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Elmer Iseler Singers, Toronto Sinfonia, Summit Music Festival, Ocean Grove Festival and Opera New Jersey. She has appeared in recitals across Canada and the United States including The Musicians of New York, Resonanz Opera Festival, Guelph University, and the University of Western Ontario. She continues to reach audiences through recital repertoire as she prepares the works of Henry Mollicone for recital and recording, and as a participant in the ongoing Schubert600 project performing and recording rare Schubert songs alongside many NYC artists.
A champion of New Music, Ms. Hogan premiered “La Voix Perdue” an operatic monologue by Canadian composer Peter Skoggard, This poignant work has been produced in Ohio, Ontario, and New York City, with further plans for Canadian dates in 2021. "Hogan’s performance is sometimes mesmerizing, sometimes awe-inspiring. Her dramatic soprano can sweep from angry low notes to shimmering 20stratospheric strains of near-angelic beauty.” (New York Theater Now).She continues to present this work, and will premiere another song cycle by this composer composed for her voice in 2021.
Ms, Hogan has been delighted to share her love of music and performing as a sought after pedagogue and choral conductor within New York City. She has been pleased to coach many young singers as they enjoy college acceptances, success in competition and roles in both musical theater and classical repertoire. Ms. Hogan is proud to head the music program at St. Joseph's School in Yorkville, and serve as the Choral Conductor for Reaching for the Arts Choral program.