Kathleen Reveille, mezzo-soprano ﷯Kathleen Reveille, mezzo-soprano, has been praised for her large, soaring, and poised vocals. In 2016, along with her colleagues, Reveille was nominated for Opera Album of the Year by the International Classical Music Awards. The nomination was granted for Polish premieres of Vaugh Williams’ Riders to the Sea, and Holst’s At The Boars Head performed at the 20th Anniversary of the Beethoven Easter Festival; Warsaw, Poland (Reveille as Maurya and Doll Tearsheet). Previously, in March of 2015, Ms. Reveille visited Warsaw for the 19th annual Beethoven Easter Festival. There she performed the Polish premiere of Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the Screw; (Reveille as Miss Jessel) In a review from Gramophone Magazine, “Kathleen Reveille, with her baleful, dark mezzo, is a near-ideal Miss Jessel.” This recording, also, receied a nomination for Best Opera Album of 2015. Reveille received her Bachelor of Music, in 2014, from Mercyhurst University. While at Mercyhurst, she performed many leading roles including the title role in Rossini’s La Cenerentola, and soloed in many engagements with the Erie Philharmonic Chorus. In the spring of 2013, Reveille and her beloved colleagues in the Mercyhurst Concert Choir traveled to Lublin, Poland, as guests of the government, to Perform in Wojciech Kilar’s Te Deum. Reveille is a recent graduate from the opera program at Yale University- where she received her Master of Music. In the 2015-2016 season Reveille performed a number of roles, including, Hermia; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Marcellina; Le nozze di Figaro, Zita; Gianni Schicchi, and La Principessa; Suor Angelica — to name a few. Reveille currently enjoys a residence in New York’s beautiful, Hudson Valley.

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