Featured by The Times as A Rising Star of Classical Music and described as "One of Britain's brightest mezzos" by What's On Stage. Kathryn made her operatic debut to critical acclaim with English National Opera as Cherubino (The Marriage of Figaro) in a production directed by Fiona Shaw, and at Opera North as Sesto (Giulio Cesare). A graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music and a former BBC Radio 3 New Generation artist, ENO Young Artist and YCAT Artist. She has won numerous awards, including the MBF Sybil Tutton Award, the Bridgitte Fassbaender Award, the Joyce and Michael Kennedy Strauss Award, the RPS Susan Chilcott Scholarship and the Kathleen Ferrier Bursary, Merseyside Woman of the Year Arts Award. Kathryn was appointed as an RNCM Honorary Associate Artist in 2020. Sought after for her work in song repertoire, Kathryn has performed extensively in recital and concert settings nationally and internationally, including Wigmore Hall and at the BBC Proms. Kathryn's debut solo recital recording ‘Love's Old Sweet Song’ with pianist James Baillieu, was released in 2014 by Champs Hill.

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