Kathryn Tolley

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Kathryn Tolley is a versatile lyric mezzo-soprano currently based in Boston, MA, where she received her Masters degree in Voice Performance from Boston University. This past season, Kathryn performed the role of Siebel (Faust) with Opera51, Jo March (Little Women) with the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, and title role in Rinaldo with Chicago Summer Opera. Most recently, she returned to Opera51 to appear as Hansel in their production of Hansel and Gretel. Other roles of note include the cover of Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro) with Boston University Opera Institute, and the cover of Bradamante (Alcina) with Opera del West in Natick, MA. She has also performed in scenes as Cherubino as well as Sesto (Giulio Cesare) with Boston University, and as Béatrice (Béatrice et Bénédict) and Quickly (Sir John in Love) with the Up North Vocal Institute in Boyne City, Michigan. In concert, Kathryn performed as an alto soloist in Purcell’s King Arthur, and was also featured as a choral soloist in the Ouroboros Trilogy Workshop Presentation of Scott Wheeler’s opera Naga for the Beth Morrison Project.