Soprano, Music Director, Voice Teacher
F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
“Soprano Bridget Moriarty had plenty of vocal heft and a good, even timbre for the role of Lucette or Cendrillon.”
– CVNC Online Arts Journal in NC
“In the title role, soprano Bridget Moriarty vividly recreated the character of one of the most significant American women in the 20th century...in which every word of the text was intelligible.”
“Moriarty, active in every scene, leads a uniformly strong cast, sustaining energy in vocal and dramatic presentation throughout. Her subtle comic lines garnered spontaneous and genuine laughter…To Moriarty, also, fall the highly charged emotional lines that show Eleanor’s dignity in the face of personal pain as well as her evolving empathy and determination to act in the face of human suffering.
One of the strongest moments was Moriarty’s closing solo in Act I after she met three French widows...and understood the ravages of war.”
– Syracuse Post Standard
N E W S
Bridget is the new assistant professor of theatre at Niagara University, just north of Buffalo, NY where she is the resident music director and voice area coordinator.