Emily Hogarty is a 23-year-old Irish mezzo-soprano based in Dublin. She recently graduated from the TU Dublin Conservatoire in conjunction with Trinity College Dublin with a first-class honours degree in Music Education (BMusEd). Emily specialized in performance, studying under the tutelage of Mairéad Buicke and Aoife O’Sullivan.
Emily will be making her Wexford Opera Festival debut this September as a member of the Opera Factory 2022/23. She will be making her debut as ‘Zibaldona’ in the Irish premiere of Alma Deutscher’s Cinderella. She will also be performing the role of ‘Dorabella’ in Mozart’s Cosí fan Tutte as part of the Vienna Opera Academy this July.
Emily has been a soloist with Trinity Orchestra since 2017 where she has performed all around Ireland including the National Concert Hall in 2019 for their ‘Golden Years’ performance. Emily was also the soloist for their Spring concert, singing Mozart’s ‘Smanie Implacabili’ in their upcoming Spring concert.
Her performing experience also includes concert performances in the Mansion House and City Hall for President Michael D. Higgins as part of the 1916 memorial in 2016. Emily has also musical directed ‘Chicago’ by Kander and Ebb which premiered in the O’Reilly Theatre in February 2019 in Dublin.