Soprano Megan Bisceglia sings with an impressive range and a tone that is both silvery and warm. She is also praised for her dramatic and comedic presence on stage. The Boston Musical Intelligencer called her interpretation of Paquette "torchy" in their review of Lowell House Opera's production of Candide.
Most recently, Megan premiered the role of Cobweb in Scott Wheeler's new opera Midsummer, as a part of Boston Opera Collaborative's Opera Bites production. This spring, Megan covered the role of La Fée for Cambridge Chamber Ensemble's production of Cendrillon by Pauline Viardot-Garcia. In December 2016, Megan was the soprano soloist with the Boston Civic Symphony for their Holiday Pops concert, where she performed solos from Handel's Messiah and other holiday favorites. Ms. Bisceglia also had the privilege of performing Gretchen am spinnrade with world-renowned former member of the Limón Dance Company, Kurt Douglas, for José Limón's solo dance work Etude.
Other recent performances include Parpignol in MetroWest Opera’s regional premiere of La Femme Bohème, and solo concerts on the Block Island Summer Concert Series.
Megan Bisceglia received her MM in Vocal Performance from the Longy School of Music with distinction in 2010 where she studied with Jayne West. She earned a BA in English with a minor in Music under the tutelage of Pamela Dellal at Brandeis University. Ms. Bisceglia continues to study with Jayne West.