Megan Roth

Megan Roth, Mezzo-Soprano is an avid singer of opera, oratorio, and art song genres. Recently she received praise for her “warm and sonically sumptuous Meg” while performing Little Women with MetroWest Opera. Additional recent engagements showcasing her diverse range include singing as a featured soloist in Aaron Copland’s In the Beginning, Handel’s Dixit Dominus, a Bach B Minor Mass and Gretchaninov Passion Week, de Falla’s El amor brujo, and as a collaborator with Nugent Dance at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Megan delights in performing for organizations in her current home state of Massachusetts, while maintaining an active career as an ensemble singer with groups such as: Conspirare, Skylark Vocal Ensemble, Lorelei Ensemble, The Thirteen, Yale Choral Artists, Cincinnati Vocal Arts Ensemble, and Vox Humana.

On the operatic stage, Megan has received accolades for her “rich character portrayals” and “versatile voice.” Favorite roles include Dorabella in Così fan tutte and Woman in the Jazz Trio of Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti with Boston Midsummer Opera, Angelina in La Cenerentola with Opera del West, Amélie in La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein, Francisca in Maria Padilla and Beatrice (cover) in Berlioz’s Béatrice et Bénédict all with Opera Boston.

Ms. Roth holds an Artist Certificate in Opera and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from Florida State University. Megan happens to also be an accomplished violinist, and holds a Bachelor of Music - with honor in Violin Performance from DePaul University.