...Technically I would even say [Ann Fogler] has the most flexible voice of the entire [two] casts [of Alcina], as well as very warm and pleasantly dark color....
— Thả Diều (Word Press 2016)

 
 

Praised for having a “flexible, very warm, and crystalline” instrument, Ann Fogler, mezzo-soprano, is a sought-after performer based out of Boston, MA. Ms. Fogler participated as a young artist in the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation program at Central City Opera for the past two summers, where she performed the role of Announcer (Gallantry) in 2017, and in 2018 was featured as a soloist in Encore: A Musical Revue. Ms. Fogler received the Central City Opera William’s Award in 2017 and the Studio Artist Award in 2018.

In the fall of 2018 she made her Boston Opera Collaborative debut in Opera Bites as Mustardseed in Midsummer, a world premiere by Scott Wheeler, and the start of her 2019 season included the Boston premiere of The Scarlet Ibis, also with Boston Opera Collaborative, where Ms. Fogler “strongly [captured] Brother’s overflowing energy.”

In the spring of 2019 Ms. Fogler made her MassOpera debut as Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), where her Russian prince was reviewed as “delightfully eccentric.” Most recently Ms. Fogler was featured in a recital sponsored by Boston Opera Collaborative where she performed the role of Anne in Jake Heggie’s To Hell and Back.

Upcoming performances include Lepido (Silla) with The Cambridge Chamber Ensemble, and as Global Hope (Keepers of the Light) with the Nahant Music Festival.

Ms. Fogler earned her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Dickinson College (‘15) and her Master of Music in Voice Performance from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee ('17) under the tutelage of Marilyn Bulli.