Soprano Margaret Felice was born in Hartford and now lives in Boston. Of her recent appearance in Carmen, The Boston Musical Intelligencer wrote “Margaret Felice, with her drop-dead beautiful voice, was ideal as Micaëla”. Recent roles include Abigail Williams (The Crucible), La Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi), and Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni). She has been a finalist in New Hampshire Opera Idol and the Little Italy Soprano Competition, a semi-finalist in the Peter Elvins Vocal Competition, a NATS District Winner, and was awarded “Best Diction” at Stelle dell’Anno Nuovo sponsored by the Italian Consul General – Boston.
With a thorough background in sacred music, Margaret is also regularly seen as an oratorio soloist. Recent performances include Carmina Burana, Haydn’s Creation, Rutter’s Requiem, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and Beethoven’s Mass in C. Other concert work includes early music: since 2005 Margaret has sung with Cappella Clausura, a professional treble chamber choir committed to performing works by women who wrote during Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras.
After earning degrees from Boston College and The Boston Conservatory, Margaret has served as President (2007-2009) and Public Relations Chair (2009- ) of Boston Opera Collaborative. She is an Assistant Director of the Liturgical Arts Group at Boston College and director of the Liturgical Musicians at Boston College High School.