Originally from California, soprano Brittany Olivia Logan returns to the Met for her second year in the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. During the 2022–23 season, she will make her company debut as the Priestess in Aida and sing Clotilde in Norma. This summer, she will sing Marguerite in Faust at Wolf Trap Opera. She made her European debut last summer at Welsh National Opera in the premiere of Will Todd’s Migrations, where she sang the roles of Bridget and Emelda. During the 2021–22 season, she covered Strawberry Woman in the Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess at the Met and performed in the premiere of Rashaad Newsome’s interdisciplinary work Assembly at the Park Avenue Armory. In 2021, she was a Studio Artist at Wolf Trap Opera, where she covered Maguelonne in Viardot’s Cendrillon and Jeanette in Bologne’s L’Amant Anonyme. That same year, she won the Audience Choice Award at Houston Grand Opera’s Eleanor McCollum Competition and was a Grand Finals winner in the Met’s Laffont Competition, where she also received the Judith Raskin Award. She has since been a semifinalist in the Tenor Viñas Competition, received the 2022 Membership Award from the Opera Index Vocal Competition, the Sara Tucker Study Grant from the Richard Tucker Foundation, and placed fifth in the Giulio Gari International Vocal Competition. She is an alumnus of the Cincinnati Opera Young Artist Program. She holds degrees from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach, and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.