Erin Hogan

Erin Hogan

Erin Hogan possesses an angelic and soulful soprano voice equally suited to early, sacred, and devotional music, cross-genre collaboration, and folk-song… 

Growing up in Grafton, WI, Erin’s certainty of a life in music began at age 5. Performing and working on music in churches, school musicals, youth choirs, and bands through her adolescence fostered a love of harmonizing, collaborating, and listening deeply to others. Music and harmony inevitably became the lens through which she could view the world.

Erin’s curiosity and passion for musical connection has led to an eclectic collection of musical experiences, including collaborations with musicians across genres in opera, chamber, early, and sacred music, as well as jazz, folk, and world music. Earning her degrees in vocal performance from DePaul University School of Music (BM ‘17) and Boston University (MM ‘23), she has performed leading operatic roles with the Boston University Opera Institute such as Emily in Ned Rorem’s adaptation of Our Town, Amy in Little Women by Mark Adamo, and Oberto in G.F. Händel’s Alcina. Alongside her studies, she is a three-time Silkroad Ensemble Global Musician, sharing the stage with Mike Block, Jamey Haddad, Maeve Gilchrist, and Abeer Nahme, as well as musicians from all around the world.

Erin continues to immerse herself in the Irish, English, and American folk music traditions, as well as sacred and early music being a full-time chorister at Church of the Advent, Boston. Her diverse interests have brought her to Club Passim, NEC’s Jordan Hall, and various churches across New England. She also performs with the Nightingale Vocal Ensemble and enjoys being a collaborative voice on various albums/EPs and miscellaneous recording projects.

In addition to her musical interests, meditation and mindfulness practices have become essential to Erin’s artistry and spiritual wellness. Inspired by her time as a Namchak Community Compassion in Action Fellow (2022-2023) she organizes Kindred, a gathering series focused on community connection and contemplation through the intersection of the arts and mindfulness. Kindred gatherings happen in partnership with PCUSA and Peace House, a non-profit and monastic residence in Cambridge, MA.

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