Meghan Krish is a mezzo-soprano currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in vocal performance under the instruction of Melanie Sonnenberg at the University of Houston’s Moore’s school of music. She is also a member of the world-renowned choral ensemble concert chorale under the direction of Betsy Cook Weber.
She has appeared in Moore’s opera center production of Offenbach’s Orpheus in the underworld and Menotti’s Amelia al Ballo. She recently performed as a trio member in Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti, and as Mrs. Herring in Benjamin Britten’s Albert
Herring. She participated in the Texas Music Festival’s institute of voice studies and was coached by Richard Bado and Nova Thomas. In the fall of 2021, she played the role of “Mrs. Anderson” in the Moores Opera Center production of A Little Night Music. She will be playing the role of “Hata” in the Moores Opera Center production of Smetana’s The Bartered Bride this upcoming April. She will also be playing the role of “Gianetta” in Operativo Houston’s production of L’elisir D’amore.
Meghan primarily focuses on studying classical voice but also teaches
piano from beginner to intermediate levels. She studied piano throughout most of her youth and wishes to share that knowledge with young musicians. In addition to teaching and performing, she works as a scholarship staff singer at Friendswood United Methodist Church!