Sadie Gregg has been commended by the Boston Musical Intelligencer as “a mezzo-soprano with a rich, flexible instrument,” and as “a standout” whose “amber-toned mezzo-soprano sounded strong across her full range” by the Boston Classical Review. Equally at home with opera and concert repertoire, Sadie’s recent performances include Les Lettres de Werther (Charlotte) with Boston Opera Collaborative, Handel’s Messiah (Alto Soloist) with the Roxbury Latin School, Vivaldi’s Gloria with Mt. Cavalry Church, The Ecstasies Above (Alto Soloist) with the Metropolitan Chorale of Brookline, and Kátya Kabanová and La Traviata with Boston Lyric Opera. Sadie’s portrayal of Ottavia in L’incoronazione di Poppea with New England Conservatory earned her a 2014 ArtsImpulse Best Supporting Actress Award nomination. Her performance in 2013’s La Cenerentola (title role) with Boston Opera Collaborative earned her a My Entertainment World Best Actress Award nomination. Previous roles include Florence Pike (Albert Herring), Mallika (Lakmé), Second Lady (The Magic Flute), Madama La Rosa (La Gazzetta), Meg (Little Women), and Public Opinion (Orpheus in the Underworld). Upcoming engagements include Our Town (Mrs. Soames) with Boston Opera Collaborative. A native of Washington State, Sadie earned her B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University, and her M.M. from New England Conservatory. Sadie has worked with renowned artists Marilyn Horne, Jane Eaglen, Greer Grimsley, Jake Heggie, and Mohammed Fairouz. She has sung for conductors Stephen Lord, Gil Rose, David Angus, Arthur Fagen, Joseph Mechavich, and Andrew Altenbach. Sadie has studied with Sharon Daniels, and currently studies with Bradley Williams and coaches with Jean Anderson Collier.