Anne Agresta Dugan

Agresta-Dugan


Soprano, Anne Agresta Dugan is active in Oratorio, Recital and in Opera and select credits include; Handel’s Messiah, the Vivaldi-Gloria, Poulenc -Gloria, Haydn’s Mass in Time of War, Bach’s Magnificat and B Minor Mass, Rutter’s Mass of the Children,  Puccini Credo and Charpentier Te Deum, Orff-Carmina Burana, Marie-La  Fille Du Regiment, Papagena- Die Zauberflöte, Elvira-L’Italiana in Algeri, Kathleen -The Poor Solider, Cunidgonde-Candide. Ms. Dugan holds a B.M. in Voice and Music Ed. from the Crane School of Music and an M.A. in Theatre from SUNY Albany. In addition she has trained with American Singers’ Opera Project in New York.

She has been a church cantor and soloist for over 20 years. A passionate teacher, she maintains a successful private voice studio and is a teaching artist with Sister Cities Girlchoir, an El Sistema choir program in Philadelphia. Ms. Dugan keeps a busy performing schedule as well and in January of 2012 made her Carnegie Hall debut with Aoede Consort.  Currently, she resides in Philadelphia with her husband and three children. Ms. Dugan studies with Harold Evans.