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Soprano Katherine Procell has been praised throughout the Baltimore area for her "golden tone and arresting stage presence" (Peter Dayton). Her musical curiosity includes the avant-garde and she has performed Pierrot Lunaire, Ginastera's String Quartet No. 3, Toch’s Edgar and Emily, Messiaen’s Harawi, Berio Sequenza III, even Kurtàg’s Attila Fragments. Also a lover of the standard operatic repertoire, Procell's past opera credits include May Bookstaver (May She| She May; Peter Dayton Music); Mel 2 (Potentialite; ENA Ensemble); Lisa (La Sonnambula; Opera Alchemy); Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro; Peabody Conservatory); Giulietta (I Capuleti e i Montecchi; Alchemy); Krysia (understudy, Out of Darkness: Two Remain; Baltimore Theatre Project); Celia (Iolanthe; Young Victorian Theatre Company); Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia; James Madison University); Valencienne (The Merry Widow; JMU); Phyllis (Iolanthe; Luray Opera Theater); Patience (Patience; JMU); Despina (Così fan tutte; Alchemy & Luray). She works closely with composer Peter Dayton and has premiered several of his works, including Entwine Our Tongues: Sapphic Fragments. Currently, she studies with Elizabeth Futral and has also studied with Phyllis Bryn-Julson at Peabody Conservatory (MM '18) and Kevin McMillan at James Madison University (BM '16). Procell has also trained at Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute, Halifax Summer Opera Festival, Centre for Opera Studies in Italy, and SongFest. Procell is currently represented by Matthew Laifer Artists Management. This Fall, she will perform various opera roles including Giselle and Jenny in ENA Ensemble's Between for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival

Curriculum Vitae

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