Performances 2015-2016

August 15, San Francsico: Kathryn joins Baroque trumpeter John Thiessen for Scalatti's cantata Su le Sponde del Tebro in American Bach Soloists' annual Distinguished Artist Series concert as part of the American Bach Soloists Festival & Academy.

September 29, Greenville, NC: Faculty recital at East Carolina University. Preview of October 4 Mallarmé Chamber Players concert. With Eric Stellrecht, piano; Doug Monroe, clarinet; guest artist Suzanne Rousso, viola.

October 4, Durham, NC: Solo chamber music recital, Songs of the Night, with Mallarmé Chamber Players. Schubert Shepherd on the Rock, Juliana Hall Night Dances and Bolcom Let Evening Come.

October 25, Columbus, OH: Kathryn joins the award-winning chamber group Wayward Sisters for their popular Fire and Frenzy program of mad songs, for Early Music in Columbus.

November 1, Tucson: Wayward Sisters and Kathryn repeat Fire and Frenzy for the Arizona Early Music Society.

November 15 & 17, Winston-Salem: Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 and Mahler Symphony No. 4 with the Winston-Salem Symphony.

December 6, Orange County, CA: Handel's Messiah with the Pacific Symphony and Robert Moody, guest conductor.

December 18-20, Miami: Handel's Messiah with Seraphic Fire.

January 14-17, Miami: CD Release concerts of The American Spiritual with Seraphic Fire.

January 23, Los Angeles: Kathryn makes her debut with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in their Discover program of Bach's Cantata 140 and excerpts from other cantatas, with maestro Jeffrey Kahane conducting.

February 20, Durham, NC: Kathryn will sing the role of Musique in Charpentier's Les Plaisirs de Versailles among other works in A Tale of Two Cities: music from the royal courts of London and Paris, with Voices of a New Renaissance.

February 27-28, Chapel Hill: Kathryn sings the role of Atalanta in the NC HIP Festival's performances of Handel's opera Serse.

March 24-26, Santa Fe: Santa Fe Pro Musica's Baroque Holy Week concerts; a program of Handel solos and duets with mezzo-soprano Deborah Domanski.

April 11, Raleigh: Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with the Oak City Chamber Orchestra on the Edenton Street Live Fine Arts Series, a program of “Americana” featuring the music of Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber and George Chadwick.

April 16-17, Albuquerque: Kathryn returns as a soloist with Albuquerque Baroque Players in a program including Jacquet de la Guerre's sacred cantata Judith.

May 4, Tucson: Kathryn heads back to her alma mater to perform the Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem at the University of Arizona. 

May 15, Dallas: The Bach B Minor Mass with University Park United Methodist Church, David Childs, director.

 

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