Soprano Celine Mogielnicki is a versatile artist recognized for her “delicious” (Opera Today) and “finely balanced" (NY Times) singing in opera, recital, and contemporary works. Ms. Mogielnicki has performed with LA Opera, Ash Lawn Opera, Bard Summerscape, Bel Canto at Caramoor, Wolf Trap Opera, DC Public Opera and Juilliard Opera in diverse repertoire ranging from the North American premiere of Cavalli's Doriclea to the world premiere of works by David T. Little and Missy Mazzoli. Roles includePamina (Juilliard Opera), Susanna (Juilliard Opera), Musetta (DC Public Opera), Governess (DC Public Opera), Marzelline (Caramoor and Grand Harmonie) and Laurie (The Tender Land, Southwest Florida Symphony and Juilliard Opera).
Upcoming engagements include a recording of Schönberg’s Second String Quartet with the National Music Festival orchestra for the Naxos label, a recital with the Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society, and her debut with 23Arts Windham Summer Music Festival.
As soprano soloist she has appeared in concert with the National Symphony Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, National Music Festival, Southwest Florida Symphony, Transfiguration Choirs of New York City, as well as guest artist engagements with Hudson Valley Chamber Music and the Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society.
Celine was a recent finalist in the Career Bridges Competition and Washington International Competition, and a semi-finalist in the Deborah Voight Vero Beach Opera Competition, Joy in Singing Competition and the Brava! Opera Theater James Collier Young Artist Competition. Her singing has earned awards from the Philharmonic Society of Arlington, Juilliard School, Sing for Hope foundation, and the Bel Canto Institute.
Ms. Mogielnicki holds a Masters of Music from Dawn Upshaw’s Graduate Vocal Arts Program at Bard College and a Bachelors Degree with Scholastic Distinction from the Juilliard School, where she won the John Erskine Prize for Artistic and Academic achievement from the Juilliard School.