About

American soprano and actress Meghan McCall has been described by The Washington Post as having “bell-like clarity and fine control” and “a radient full-bodied voice”. In addition to her work in opera and theater Ms. McCall also works in the film and voice over industry; most recently in several films with the FBI as a special agent in FBI law enforcement.

Recent theater credits include the role of Catherine in Sandaya: Burmese Lessons at the Atlas Theater, Suzanne Hollander in Land of Bad Choices at the Kennedy Center with the 2013 Page to Stage Festival and Helena Glory in R.U.R. also at the Kennedy Center with the 2015 Page to Stage Festival. In May of 2014, Ms. McCall took part in the prestigious Prague Fringe Festival at Divadlo na pradle, creating the role of Blonde Soprano in Vanek Unleashed for the Alliance of New Music Theater.

Ms. McCall has performed many standard operatic roles as well as new works to include the roles of Adina in L’Elisir d’Amore, with Bel Cantanti Opera, Marie in La Fille du Régiment, with La Masion Francaise, Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, with the Austrian Embassy, Miss Jessel in The Turn of the Screw, with Cleveland Opera, Mary Magdeline in Oh My Son at Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium and Juliette/La Bergere in Sancho Panza at The Kennedy Center.

Ms. McCall has earned her BA in Music Literature from Northeastern University and her MM from The University of Maryland Opera Studio where she worked with world-renowned bass Francois Loup. Directly after her graduation she was invited to join the Opera Lafayette Young Artist Program which specializes in 17th and 18th century French repertoire. Ms. McCall made her debut recording of Sancho Panza with the ensemble for the classical music label NAXOS, which was released in October 2011.