Upcoming

Nov 16, 2019

Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews

St Andrews Chorus Winter Concert

Catherine is thrilled to return to Scotland to sing with the St Andrews Chorus as the soprano soloist for Dvořak's Mass in D and Britten's 'Rejoice in the Lamb'. 

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Past

Xerxes, Byre Opera

Byre Theatre; Priory Church of the Order of St John

June 21, 2018

Catherine played the titular role in this contemporary take on Handel’s classic tragicomedy, sung in Nicholas Hytner’s English translation. This production was directed by Tania Holland-Williams and designed by Gregor Donnelly.

The Cunning Little Vixen, Byre Opera

Byre Theatre; The Maltings Berwick

June 15, 2018

Catherine sang Vixen Sharp-Ears in this production under the baton of Michael Downes. Scottish Opera trained director PJ Harris teamed up with choreographer Liz Ranken and designers Victor Labarthe d’Arnoux and Antonin Boyot Gellibert to stage this inspiring opera and dance work. Sung in English with translation from the original Czech by Yvetta Synek Graff and Robert T. Jones.

Lunchtime Concert with students of the University of St Andrews

Younger Hall, St Andrews

March 03, 2017

Catherine performed in concert with cellists of the university, singing Villa-Lobos' stunning Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 - a wonderful and rare opportunity. 

Bluebeard's Castle, Edinburgh Symphony Orchestra

7:30PM, Greyfriars Kirk

November 26, 2016

Edinburgh Symphony Orchestra presented their winter concert, featuring a concert performance of Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle as the second half. Catherine sang the role of Judit in her professional concert debut, and Brian Bannatyne-Scott sang the part of Bluebeard. Audience and reviews were extremely complimentary, and Catherine greatly enjoyed the opportunity to perform in such an historic building with a wonderful host of musicians

The Turn of the Screw, Byre Opera

Byre Theatre

July 01, 2016

Byre Opera presented the third and final installment of their exploration of Britten's chamber operas, with this chilling production that received glowing reviews. Catherine played the role of Miss Jessel, and greatly enjoyed working with eminent professionals, such as the director Tania Holland-Williams. The production toured around Scotland, and across the border

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Photographs by Jessica Cooper
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