Recognized for vibrant performances in repertoire spanning the Renaissance to works by contemporary composers, Kate Maroney was featured worldwide in more than 75 performances of Einstein on the Beach and made her Lincoln Center soloist debut with the American Classical Orchestra in Bach’s Mass in B-minor.
In recent seasons Kate has appeared as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, LA Opera, Oregon Bach Festival, Musica Sacra, New York City Ballet, with Anonymous 4, The Bangor Symphony, Clarion, Bach Collegium San Diego, American Symphony Orchestra at Bard SummerScape, Princeton Pro Musica, Yale Choral Artists, Sacred Music Sacred Space, Bach Vespers Holy Trinity, Lincoln Center Festival, Ensemble Signal, Ekmeles, Mark Morris Dance Group, Vox Vocal Ensemble, American Opera Projects, Berkshire Bach Society, Brooklyn Art Song Society, and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Kate will appear as a soloist this summer at the Carmel Bach Festival as a Virginia Best Adams Fellow. She holds degrees from Eastman, Yale and SUNY Purchase and is on faculty at Mannes (The New School), where she teaches courses in vocal pedagogy and private voice students. She resides in Brooklyn with jazz-musician husband Red Wierenga.
This is her first season on BCI’s faculty, and she will be in Sonoma and Sheffield’s Week 3. www.katemaroney.com