Lyrical Gringa Takes Country’s
Opera Scene By Storm

“Tall and statuesque, she managed to dominate the stage at all times.”

Ted Wasserman, Tico Times (San José, Costa Rica)

“Then, a melody that stops stage hands in their tracks, Gash’s warm soprano floats toward the rooftops and down the driveway…”

-Patrick Huguenin, New York Daily News

In her debut of Violetta, “her total command on the role and her acting and singing prowess convinced them that she had sung the role dozens of times.”

-Ted Wasserman, Tico Times (San José, Costa Rica)

“Her voice and vocal technique are on the highest level of the art.”

-David Finko, Russian-American composer

“Her aria to freedom…was a feast to the spirit and one of many that delighted the ear. Her fioritura in her aria was marvelous.”

Nino Pantano, Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Lyrical Gringa Takes Country’s
Opera Scene By Storm

“Tall and statuesque, she managed to dominate the stage at all times.”

Ted Wasserman, Tico Times (San José, Costa Rica)

“Then, a melody that stops stage hands in their tracks, Gash’s warm soprano floats toward the rooftops and down the driveway…”

-Patrick Huguenin, New York Daily News

In her debut of Violetta, “her total command on the role and her acting and singing prowess convinced them that she had sung the role dozens of times.”

-Ted Wasserman, Tico Times (San José, Costa Rica)

“Her voice and vocal technique are on the highest level of the art.”

-David Finko, Russian-American composer

“Her aria to freedom…was a feast to the spirit and one of many that delighted the ear. Her fioritura in her aria was marvelous.”

Nino Pantano, Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Holly Gash, lirico spinto soprano

Internationally acclaimed soprano Holly Gash has been in demand throughout the United States and Central America since her debut in Guatemala in 2003.  Consistently brilliant performances in Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and El Salvador have firmly established Ms. Gash as a “most favored diva” among many operatic patrons in the region due to her name alone.

Holly is a regularly appearing guest artist with the Newtown Chamber Orchestra and with her good friend and colleague, Clipper Erickson, on his Music for the Soul concert series.  She enjoys singing at the Newtown United Methodist Church in Newtown, PA, delights in teaching private voice lessons, and is passionate about keeping her hometown community of Bucks County’s talent and culture scene thriving.

Holly Gash, lirico spinto soprano

Internationally acclaimed soprano Holly Gash has been in demand throughout the United States and Central America since her debut in Guatemala in 2003.  Consistently brilliant performances in Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and El Salvador have firmly established Ms. Gash as a “most favored diva” among many operatic patrons in the region due to her name alone.

Holly is a regularly appearing guest artist with the Newtown Chamber Orchestra and with her good friend and colleague, Clipper Erickson, on his Music for the Soul concert series.  She enjoys singing at the Newtown United Methodist Church in Newtown, PA, delights in teaching private voice lessons, and is passionate about keeping her hometown community of Bucks County’s talent and culture scene thriving.

Upcoming Engagements

Newtown Chamber Orchestra: Soloists On Stage

Holly Gash to perform the duet, “Mira di acerbe lagrime,” from Verdi’s Il Trovatore with baritone Chaka Allen

Saturday, January 21st  |  7:30 PM
Lutheran Church of God’s Love
791 Newtown Yardley Road  |  Newtown, PA 18940

Puccini’s Madama Butterfly

Holly Gash to cover title role
New Jersey Lyric Opera

Sunday, February 19th  |  3:00 PM
Ogden Auditorium
286 Main Street  |  Chatham, NJ

Verdi’s Giovanna d’Arco

Holly Gash to perform title role
Amici Opera of Philadelphia

April 2023 – dates, times, locations TBA

Opera in the Ozarks: Alumni Artist Concert

Eureka Springs, AR

June 11th  |  3:00 PM

Recent Performance Highlights

“Ebben, ne andro lontana” (La Wally)

Warminster Symphony Orchestra
Recorded May 21st, 2022

“Morro, ma prima in grazia” (Un Ballo in Maschera)

Richard McIntyre, piano
Recorded June, 2022