Sadie Gregg has been commended by the Boston Musical Intelligencer as “a mezzo-soprano with a rich, flexible instrument,” and as “a standout” by the Boston Classical Review, whose “amber-toned mezzo-soprano sounded strong across her full range.”
Equally at home with opera, musical theater, and concert repertoire, Sadie’s recent performances include Kàtya Kabànova Previews (Varvara/Kabanicha) with Seattle Opera, Big Night and La Bohème with Portland Opera, Viva’s Holiday (Mom) with Cult of Orpheus, La clemenza di Tito (Annio) with Ping & Woof Opera, The Music Man (Maud Dunlop) with Clackamas Repertory Theater, and The Zoo (Eliza Smith) with Odyssey Opera of Boston. Upcoming performances include Symphony No. 3 (Alto Soloist) with the Oregon Mahler Festival, and Opera a la Cart with Portland Opera.
Sadie is a Managing Diva of the Portland chapter of Opera On Tap, a nationwide, non-profit that brings opera to the people at their local watering hole. You can find her emceeing/singing at events like McMenamins Grand Lodge Hotel Opening Party, Opera in the Honors Bar, and Opera in the Gym at Kennedy School.
A native of Washington State, Sadie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Pacific Lutheran University, and her Master of Music degree from New England Conservatory.
Sadie believes that anyone can sing, and that classical technique is the foundation to any kind of singing, whether opera, musical theater or pop. Sadie teaches with warmth and enthusiasm, providing her students with a supportive environment to do their best learning.