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Jodi Keogan, Lyric Soprano.

Versatile in vocal repetoire and range. Jodi is classically trained performing opera and oratorio, but she also sings the sweet melodies of Broadway, pop, and music from the Great American Songbook.



Jodi Keogan

In the course of the past few years, Ms. Keogan has performed in various venues in the tri-state area, enchanting her audiences with Opera, Neapolitan Traditions and Broadway tunes. Appearing at the Levitt Pavilion in Concert in Westport, CT during their summer concert series, she directs and stages the performances with the greatest of ease, and rouses her audiences to standing ovations.


Among many of her achievements, Jodi Keogan performed the role of Adina opposite Vittorio Grigolo in L’elisr d’amore. She has coached with Antonio Pappano of the Royal Opera House, Joan Dornemann and Charles Riecker of the Metropolitan Opera, and has worked with Gian Carlo Menotti, Gabrielle Bellini, Sergio Rendine and Maurizio Dones. As a student, Jodi participated in Boston University’s Young Artist Program at Tanglewood. As a result, her talent has taken her from the Bahamas to Germany and Ireland to the Philippines and often Italy, where she has been particularly successful. She has an extensive repertoire and maintains an active performing schedule in the United States and abroad. She is one of the most enchanting artists to be found in the world today and sings with a delightful and appropriate combination of head and heart.


In 2015 Ms. Keogan is scheduled to perform in the Bahamas for the Nassau Music Society, and in concert in Pescara, Italy for the Pescara International Music Festival.


Among her concert venues, Ms. Keogan also performs in Country Clubs in the Tri-State area, tailoring each event to the venue. From scaled-down, one hour versions of Operas (including narration) (for your more discerning members), to the sounds of the Great American Songbook, Big Band and Silverscreen.


Ms. Keogan has musical collaborations with Mark Janas, David Shenton, David Harris, Seth Weinstein, and Lloyd Abriola, all from the New York Metropolitan area. 


“L’ottima interpretazione degli artista ha evidenziato la carateristica forza dello musiche Verdiane, la dolcezza di quelle Pucciniane, e la delicate religiosita della musiche di Mozart e Handel” Il Tempo


"The ultimate interpretations are realized by this artist who displayed the characteristic power of Verdi’s music, the sweetness of Puccini’s music, and the delicate religious nature of Handel and Mozart’s music."



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