Hogan’s Brünnhilde was magnificent throughout the final operas, bright and thrilling in Siegfried, incisive and sympathetic in Götterdämmerung in the role’s many demands, not least in terms of stamina, and crowned by a compelling immolation scene.

— The Guardian




Duet“Kelly Cae Hogan’s sensuous feminine soprano timbre is pleasant and has a lot of substance and vocal charisma. She designs her role for this production not only through acting, but also vocal implementation.” Online Music Magazine

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Act One Quartet

“Soprano Kelly Cae Hogan, who in New York sings Gerhilde in Wagner’s Die Walküre at the Met, is a remarkably strong-voiced singer with much core and no sharpness in the voice to diminish her massive sound.” Göttinger Tageblatt

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“Ich habe Mut”

“Above all was Kelly Cae Hogan’s glorious embodiment of the double figure of Fidelio/Leonore. Fantastic, how her voice and acting were powerful and confident, but at the same time nuanced. And in the big moment, the recitative and aria “Abscheulicher, wo eilst du hin,” Hogan makes Leonore radiate with increasing certitude, with fine accompanying palpitations from the orchestra pit.” HNA – Hessisches Allgemein