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STUDY IN GERMANY
Spend next summer at the Interharmony International Music Festival in Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany. Enjoy Bavaria and its beautiful surroundings, German diction AND professional voice training from George. Click the "learn more" button for more info.
NEW YORK CITY
I will be in the city for lessons and master classes in February. Contact me for a lesson time at
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Mr. Hogan made his operatic debut as a college student in a PBS televised production of Bemnjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Des Moines Metro Opera Festival. His New York debut occurred at Alice Tully Hall in the PBS televised and EMI recording of the “Rossini Gala” with Marilyn Horne, Samuel Ramey, Thomas Hampson, and others. His Australian debut took place at the famed Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia under the baton of Sir Richard Bonynge. He has performed in Europe and on nearly every opera stage in North America. He has won many competitions and received career grants from the San Francisco Opera Company and the Sullivan Foundation. He has appeared on NPR Radio and Live from Lincoln Center Broadcasts.
Mr. Hogan studied voice with the famous Metropolitan Opera bass, Giorgio Tozzi. He has taught professionally for over 25 years. He is a master vocal teacher who understands not only what it takes to have a professional career but how to maintain good vocal health. He helps singers discover and develop their own unique voice. His studio offers a safe haven to all singers who need honest assessment, recharging or a simple voice of encouragement. His voice students currently sing in the United States, Europe and Mexico.
Mr. Hogan trained at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, PA. He also holds a BM and an MM. His vocal teachers include: Giorgio Tozzi, Jerome Hines, Armen Boyajian, Nancy Williams, and Dr. David Blackburn
"George Hogan's Basilio was full of resonant deviousness." OPERA NEWS
"In the supporting cast, George Hogan’s Frere Laurent was a standout. This young bass has a clear Cesare Siepi‑like resonance and timbre." OPERA CANADA
"Thanks to George Hogan's gift of humor, I heard an audience laugh for the first time in many a year during Leporello's catalogue recitation." OPERA MAGAZINE
“George Hogan avoided second-hand buffoonery and sang an impressive Varlaam.” LA TIMES (Martin Bernheimer)
“One of the evening’s bright moments was the voice of American bass, George Hogan. His Handel was like dark crystal.”
THE AUSTRALIAN (Sydney, Australia)
"George Hogan was a commanding Bertram." THE NEW YORKER
“The evening consisted of one high point after another. There was the stunning trio of Hogan, Miss Fleming and Drews from Donizetti’s Lucrezia Borgia.”
OMAHA WORLD HERALD
“…ed il basso Americano George Hogan riesce molto convincente nell’ambiguità del personaggio di Cecil.” Translation: “…and the American bass, George Hogan, succeeded very convincingly in the ambiguous personage of Cecil.” LA FIAMMA (Italy)
“On savoure les interventions du trucelent Elviro de George Hogan, proposant, déguise en tavendiére, ses “bloe-metjes” au grand plasir du public anversois.” Translation: “One savored the contribution of George Hogan’s Elviro disguised in lavender selling his flowers to the delight of the Antwerp audience.” SERGE MARTIN
“The only thing better than singing is more singing.”