Emerging soprano Celine Mogielnicki has been hailed for her "delicious....finely balanced singing" and is equally at home in opera, recital, and contemporary works.  Upcoming engagements include soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah with the Transfiguration Choirs of New York City, as well as guest artist engagements with Hudson Valley Chamber Music and the Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society. Recent engagements include the world premiere lab workshop of Shadowboxer (Frank Proto) with conductor Tim Long and director Leon Major, soprano soloist in Beethoven’s 9th symphony with the National Music Festival and Marzelline (cover) in Beethoven’s Fidelio with Bel Canto at Caramoor. Other recent engagements include the title role in Noa Ain’s Song of the Turtledove, Marzelline (cover) for Grand Harmonie at Princeton University in the first staged production of Fidelio with period instruments in the United States, her debut with LA opera in Missy Mazzoli’s Song from the Uproar as well as her debut with DC Public Opera as Musetta in La Boheme. Ms. Mogielnicki has performed with Ash Lawn Opera, Bard Summerscape, Wolf Trap Opera and Juilliard Opera and in concert with the Southwest Florida Symphony, American Symphony Orchestra, and with the National Symphony Orchestra in diverse repertoire ranging from the North American premiere of Cavalli's Doriclea to the world premieres of works by David T. Little and Missy Mazzoli. A recent finalist in the Career Bridges Grant Awards competition, and semi finalist in the Washington International Competition at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC,  Deborah Voight Vero Beach Opera Competition and the Brava! Opera Theater James Collier Young Artist competition, she has received awards from the Philharmonic Society of Arlington, Juilliard School, Sing for Hope foundation, and the Bel Canto Institute. Recordings include Meyerbeer’s Les Huguenots featuring the American Symphony Orchestra under Leon Botstein on the ASO label, and the world premiere recording of Song from the Uproar (Missy Mazzoli)  with NOW ensemble under conductor Steven Osgood on New Amsterdam Records label.Ms. Mogielnicki holds degrees from Bard College and the Juilliard School, where she was awarded the John Erskine prize for artistic and academic achievement. She is a student of renowned soprano Diana Soviero.