Hailed by Opera News for her “clear, poised and defiant soprano” and the Washington Post for her “silvery, pitch-perfect voice,” Maggie Finnegan’s versatile repertoire spans periods from medieval to contemporary music. Overseas she has debuted with the Belgian National Orchestra; the Andriessen Festival in The Netherlands; and, the PyeongChang Winter Music Festival in South Korea. A proponent of both legacy and contemporary works, Ms Finnegan has performed extensively throughout the United States with numerous companies; Boston Lyric Opera, Opera Parallèle, Portland Bach Experience, National Sawdust, Boston Baroque, Handel and Haydn Society, Center for Contemporary Opera, Boston Modern Opera Projects, American Chamber Opera, Capital Fringe Chamber Music Series, Avanti Orchestra and Beth Morrison Projects.

Recent engagements include the role of Little Stone in Matthew Aucoin’s, Eurydice with Boston Lyric Opera; Brooklyn Art Song Society (songs of Schoenberg); guest recitalist with Vanderbilt University; Tod Machover’s VALIS with the M.I.T. Media Lab; Marc Hoffeditz’s opera U-Hauling; Boston Lyric Opera and Opera Philadelphia’s presentation of SVADBA by Canadian composer Ana Sokolović; and, the title role in Sophia’s Forest by Lembit Beecher.

As a recording artist, she can be heard on X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X by Anthony Davis; The Wake World, by David Hertzberg; and, Everything for Dawn, with Experiment in Opera collaborative.