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Hailed as “alluring” by the Houston Chronicle and praised for her “piercing, yet crystalline instrument” (Schmopera), Polish-American soprano Dorothy Gal is an alumna of the Houston Grand Opera Studio and a recipient of the prestigious Richard F. Gold Career Grant from the Shoshana Foundation.


In the 2023-2024 season, Ms. Gal gave solo recitals sponsored by the American Council for Polish Culture in Detroit as well as the Houston District of the Metropolitan Opera's Laffont Competition, made her role début as Pamina in Die Zauberflöte with Annapolis Opera, and performed as soprano soloist in "An Early American Christmas" with Mercury Chamber Orchestra. Other recent highlights include originating the role of Ruth Bader-Ginsburg in Opera Theatre of St. Louis’ world premiere of Slanted: An American Rock Opera, Bach’s Coffee Cantata BWV 211 with Mercury Chamber Orchestra, débuting as Zerlina in Kasper Holton's production of Don Giovanni, Countess Ceprano in Tomer Zvulun's production of Rigoletto, and High Priestess in Phelim McDermott's production of Aida at Houston Grand Opera. Ms. Gal also covered numerous roles at HGO, including Leïla in Les pecheurs de pêrles, Merab in Handel’s Saul, Giulietta in Tarik O’Regan’s The Phoenix, and Pamina in Die Zauberflöte



"It was your classic Star Turn, and beautifully sung." – KDHX

Slanted: An American Rock Opera – Suddenly Ruth Bader Ginsburg (soprano Dorothy Gal), who has been seated upstage with her back to the audience, swings around. Illuminated by a spotlight, she begins a tender, lyrical solo... It was your classic Star Turn, and beautifully sung.


"...with precision and vibrancy." – Houston Chronicle

Aida – Dermott executes the first half’s two great set-pieces, the “Triumphal March” and the

mesmerizing temple scene where the Priestess (alluring soprano Dorothy Gal) blesses Radames’

weapons, with precision and vibrancy. 


"...her piercing, yet crystalline instrument." – Schmopera

Aida – This number featured Dorothy Gal as the Priestess, who clearly reveled in summoning forth

the ritual dancers with her piercing, yet crystalline instrument. 


"...brought gleam and spaciousness..." – Texas Classical Review

Aida – At the other vocal extreme, soprano Dorothy Gal brought gleam and spaciousness to the

priestess' invocations. 


Adrienne Boris

Agent | Classical & Concert

Elliot Brown

Agent | Classical & Artist Promotion

Lisa Bremer 

Operations & Finance Manager

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