KATHERINE BOYCE

Soprano Katherine Boyce (née Crowe) received her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Towson University and her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. During her graduate studies, she performed Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, Laurie in Act III of Copland’s The Tender Land, and the Siren in the premiere of Dr. Phillip Collister's Pasticcio Furioso. She has also performed several roles at Annapolis Opera through Towson University's Opera in a Can program, singing the title role in Barab's Little Red Riding Hood, Despina in Mozart/Davies' The Three Little Pigs, and Pamina in a children's version of The Magic Flute. At Eastman, Katherine was a Howard Hanson Scholar and performed roles in multiple Eastman Opera Theatre productions, including Lehár’s "The Merry Widow," Poulenc’s "Les mamelles de Tirésias” and Kander’s “Cabaret.” As a member of Eastman’s elite Institute for Music Leadership’s Arts Leadership Certificate Program, she received a grant to intern at the Washington National Opera and was a Generation E-Student Scholarship Recipient. Katherine currently performs and teaches in the Baltimore/DC area, is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and continues her studies with Jennifer Casey Cabot.