Vocalist - Soprano
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The critic of the New York Times praised Maeve Höglund as “a striking soprano,” and one who “stands out among singers.” In her recent performance of Le nozze di Figaro with Opera Maine, Opera News proclaimed, "Maeve Höglund was a charming, fiesty Susanna, and her stellar soprano brightened the ensembles. Her fine rendition of 'Deh vieni, non tardar' was equally impressive for its warmth and feeling." The critic of DC Metro Theater Arts lauded her Opera Philadelphia debut in David Hertzberg’s new opera The Wake World in 2017: “The cast is headed by soprano Maeve Höglund as Lola.... she emerges as a superstar who encompasses brilliant high notes and chesty low ones with strong dramatic flair and believable acting."

Posted: Aug-15-2019
Latest News

Soprano Maeve Höglund has been announced in Oratorio Society of New York's 2019-20 season closing concert. Ms. Höglund will sing as soloist in the world premiere of Paul Moravec's A Nation of Others, an oratorio about Ellis Island, at Carnegie Hall on May 6, 2020, at 8:00PM.

Posted: Jul-19-2019
Latest Acclaim

"Maeve Höglund’s soprano was a pleasure throughout—easily flexible throughout her range, rich of tone and soaring over the ensemble."

— Chicago Classical Review
Posted: Jun-29-2019
Latest Recording

"Performed by soprano Maeve Höglund and accompanied by pianist and tenor Jean-Paul Björlin, SUMMER & WINTER SONGS glides through stories of love and loss. With songs set to texts by herself, notable poets from Goethe to Byron, and a selection of poetry by her granddaughter Lily Nussbaum, Spektor’s songs are as lyrical as they are profound. The richly melodic work is alive with images of falling into slumber as summer fades to fall, bitter winter chills within the heart of one whose lover is far away, passionate romance in the city, and other inspired pictures of life in summer and winter, literally and in metaphor."

Posted: Jun-14-2019
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Posted: Aug-14-2019