Phoenicia Festival Megan shines as Constance in the world premiere of Les trois Mousquetaires with the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice!

"Megan Weston as the doomed Constance was really superb, dramatic and in excellent voice. Constance's aria of longing for D'Artagnan in Act 2 was a highlight."
Woodstock Times - NY

Opera Orlando Great review for Opera Orlando's A Night Among the Stars!

"In my opinion the four voices who sang at the Opera Orlando gala in the Grand Bohemian Hotel ballroom were excellent indeed. Most opera companies are surely better when they have at least a quartet of first-raters on their roster. Megan Weston's charming soprano was reassuring as she sang "Je Veux Vivre" from Gounod's Roméo et Juliette."
Observer - Orlando, FL

Cape Cod Symphony Fabulous review for New Year's Day concert with the Cape Cod Symphony conducted by Jung-Ho Pak

"An added bonus: the rich voices of soprano Megan Weston and Joshua Jeremiah... There was delight when Megan Weston performed “Olympia's Aria” (“Doll's Song”) by Offenbach as a “real” wind-up doll. Weston's solos for “Spiel' ich die Unschuld vom Lande” from “Die Fledermaus” and Donizetti's “O luce di quest' animal” aria demonstrated the striking range, clarity and expressiveness of her singing."

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Cape Cod Times - Hyannis, MA

Feast of Music Megan triumphs in premieres of November 21, 1963: The Day Before at Symphony Space.

"The musical highlights of the evening presented a spectrum of ideas and thoughts, with contributions made by composers Nico Muhly, Eve Beglarian, Kamala Sankaram, Robert Vuichard, Thomas Cabaniss, and Kaminsky herself. From works for solo electric guitar to art song for soprano, baritone, and piano, the collected works were as diverse as the makeup of 1963 America itself.

Singing nearly a dozen works over the course of the evening, soprano Megan Weston and bass-baritone Robert Osborne showed themselves to be adept at juggling a range of musical and acting styles. Weston (who looked like she had stepped onto the set of Mad Men with her blonde bob and ruby-red lipstick) was involved in two of the first half's most interesting works—Muhly's Impaired Vision and Vuichard's Ammunition. Both composers had the honor of setting texts assembled by playwright Craig Lucas (the librettist for Muhly's Two Boys), who compiled a set of advertising copy and news headlines taken from the November 21 edition of the New York Times.

Taking on the headlines of the day, Muhly used repetitive, recitative-like strains of melody and a sparse, Copland-esque piano setting to showcase the seemingly dramatic headlines that would pale in comparison to those of the next day. However, interwoven with breezy banners were moments of chilling connection with today's events, showing that the country hasn't really come far in terms of gun violence or personal safety. Proving an interesting contrast, Vuichard's setting of ad copy was fully orchestrated in the piano (kudos to pianist Margaret Kampmeier) and required virtuosic delivery from Weston—taking her up and down a two-octave-plus range as a woman realizing the advent of her own neuroses when compared with the perfect female figures used in the marketing ploys of the day. The comic moments won in the end here, and Weston relished every opportunity to evoke a laugh from the audience. "

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Michael Cirigliano II - Feast of Music

New York Times Great review from The New York Times for November 21, 1963: The Day Before at Symphony Space.

"Much of the evening's activity was entrusted to a fine core ensemble: the actors Eisa Davis, Olympia Dukakis, and B D Wong; the singers Megan Weston and Robert Osborne; and the pianist Margaret Kampmeier. Mostly fascinating, "November 21" evoked in 36 brief segments the world on the day before it was forever changed."

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Steve Smith - The New York Times

Symphony Space Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis joins Megan on a piece by Arthur Kopit and Danny Felsenfeld called A Beautiful Death in November 21, 1963: The Day Before. Read the full story on
Symphony Space - NYC
November 8, 2013


Megan performs in an opera gala concert sponsored by the city of Tenafly Summer Concert Series 7pm, Davis-Johnson Park, NJ
Published: August 17, 2017

Phoenicia Festival

Megan sings Constance in the world premiere of Les trois Mousquetaires with the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice
August 5, 2017
Published: June 30, 2017

Rockland County Choral Society

Megan is the the featured guest soprano with the Rockland County Choral Society in their 80th Anniversary Concert conducted by Philip Hageman.
May 20, 2017
Published: May 16, 2016

Vital Voices

Megan is the featured soprano in a concert celebrating the extraordinary group of women leaders invited to participate in Vital Voices 2017Global Ambassadors Program . A partnership between Vital Voices and Bank of America, this program is designed to provide mentorship opportunities for emerging women leaders.
May 16, 2017
Published: May 16, 2016