Praised by The Trumpet Bray for her “rich, low voice”, contralto/mezzo-soprano Greta Moorhead continues to captivate audiences with her compelling stage presence. She obtained her BM in Vocal Performance from The Hartt School of The University of Hartford, where she studied with Marjorie Melnick and Eric Trudel. Since graduating from Hartt, Greta has performed a variety of roles with opera companies in New England and the Midwest, including Arnalta in Claudio Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea with Haymarket Opera Company and Mercy Lewis in Robert Ward’s The Crucible with Hartford Opera Theater, among others. Greta is currently a member of CONCORA, one of New England’s premier professional choirs, as well as The Composer's Choir of New Haven, CT. She has also sung with C4, a Manhattan-based choral composer/conductor collective. Additionally, Greta is on the faculty at a number of educational institutions, including Rubato Music School in New York City, The New City School of Music in New City, NY, and The Harrison School of Music in Harrison, NY. An active recitalist, she enjoys collaborating with musicians based in New York and New England on a variety of repertoire, particularly early and contemporary music.