Victoria McGrath
(She/Her) NYC based soprano and recent graduate of the Maryland Opera Studio at the University of Maryland. Particularly interested in Italian opera, bel canto, new works, and recital programming.
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30th Anniversary Celebration Soiree | The Rare Verismo
Teatro Grattacielo

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Victoria McGrath

New York City based soprano Victoria McGrath is at home in opera, concert work, and new works. Recent highlights include Adina (Teatro Grattacielo/ Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy), Musetta, Zerlina, and Littler Daughter (Maryland Opera Studio); concerts with Aquilon Music Festival, Baltimore Musicales, the French Choir of Washington & the Choir of the Embassy of France; and curated recitals of songs and arias with L'Opera Comique de Washington, Easton Art Academy, and the Columbus Citizens Foundation. 

Ms. McGrath’s opera credits include L'elisir d'amore (Adina), La bohème (Musetta), Proving Up (Littler Daughter), Don Giovanni (Zerlina), Suor Angelica (Suor Genovieffa) and Die Zauberflöte (Papagena and 2nd Spirit). She has also performed excerpts from Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Luisa Fernanda, Il viaggio a Reims, La fille du régiment, Le nozze di Figaro, and Die Fledermaus, to name a few. Studied roles include Donna Anna and Pamina.

An advocate for new music, Victoria will be a resident artist with Forum Neue Kunst e.V. in Oldenburg, Germany, during their Fall 2024 season. She has covered roles in in Paul Davies’ Ourland and John Musto’s Later the Same Evening, in addition to performing excerpts from Justine F. Chen’s The Life and Death(s) of Alan Turing. In 2019, she premiered a new setting of Ave Maria by organist and composer Daniel Ficarri; their original recording subsequently aired on Christ Cathedral’s radio program, “Music from the Tower.”

Ms. McGrath is a graduate of the Maryland Opera Studio at The University of Maryland, where she studied with the world-renowned bass-baritone Kevin Short. She completed her undergraduate studies with a full tuition scholarship at Macaulay Honors College at CUNY Queens College's Aaron Copland School of Music. She graduated magna cum laude with a BM in Vocal Performance and a BA in History, with a concentration in Intellectual History. She has studied Italian at the Università per Stranieri di Perugia and German at Freie Universität Berlin, NYU’s Deutsches Haus, and Musiktheater Bavaria.