Performances 2013-2014


FALL 2013

September 13-14, Chapel Hill and Raleigh, NC: Kathryn sings on the debut concerts of Voices of a New Renaissance, the Triangle's dynamic new chamber choir

October 20, Durham, NC: Kathryn's soprano duo Les Sirènes kicks off their season with a featured concert on the St. Stephen's Concert Series

October 26, Grand Rapids, MI: Soloist for the North American premiere of Bolivian composer Leyesca's Miserere, part of the moveable Concierto Barroco on the conference "The Baroque Legacy" (info).

November 1-3, Tucson: Soloist and ensemble in Mozart's great C Minor Mass with Tucson Chamber Artists

November 17, Raleigh, NC: Soloist in an all-Beethoven concert presented in Meymandi Hall by the Raleigh Civic Symphony

December 3-8, Miami: Concert tour and recording with Seraphic Fire on an all-new Christmas progam

December 17-18, Winston-Salem: Kathryn returns to join the Winston-Salem Symphony, this time in their annual Messiah

 

SPRING 2014

January 18-19, Chicago: Kathryn debuts as a guest artist with the award-winning Early Music ensemble Wayward Sisters in a program of mad songs and folias

January 23, Greenville, NC: Faculty Liederabend at East Carolina University; Kathryn will sing Strauss songs and Schubert vocal quartets 

January 31-February 1, Raleigh & Durham, NC: Soloist and ensemble in Voices of New Renaissance's second concert set, Love and Loss

February 7-9, Baltimore & Washington, DC: Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 with Seraphic Fire, performed for the ACDA Eastern Division's Regional Convention and at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Feburary 16, Durham, NC: Soloist in Haydn's delightful Creation with the Choral Society of Durham, in Duke University's newly re-opened Baldwin Auditorium

February 21-24, San Francisco: Soloist on American Bach Soloists' 25th Anniversary season, in a program including Bach's Cantata 213 and Missa Brevis in G

March 14-15, Boston: Kathryn's acclaimed duo Les Sirènes joins Musicians of the Old Post Road in a collaboration of music composed by and preserved by America's Moravian composers

March 20, Greenville, NC: Kathryn sings Rorem's "Some Trees" and the world premiere of a song cycle by composer Bernardo Illari, on the New Music Festival at East Carolina University

April 17-19, Santa Fe: Soloist in Santa Fe Pro Musica's Baroque Holy Week Concerts in Loretto Chapel, including Pergolesi's Salve Regina and Kathyn's debut performance of the Handel Gloria

May 7-11, Miami: Seraphic Fire's season closer, Steal Away - a program celebrating the musical tradition of African-American Spirituals

 

SUMMER 2014

July 23, Greensboro, NC: Kathryn's second year appearing as a soloist with the Eastern Musical Festival in Greensboro: the Fauré Requiem with Maestro Gerard Schwarz conducting

 

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