Catrine is an impressive professional wedding soprano for hire who graduated from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama with a Masters in music, and was the 2002 winner of the Russell-Davies Prize and the KPMG Music in The Community award whilst at the Guildhall.
“Thank you so much for singing so wonderfully at our wedding. It was such a special day for James and me, and your beautiful singing was the icing on the cake. I got shivers down my spine as we signed the register to the angelic sound of your voice. We both really appreciated all you did. Thanks again, Debora”
Her most recent operatic roles include Laetitia in The Zoo at the Buxton International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, First Lady in The Magic Flute and Glasha in Katya Kabanova for English Touring Opera, Gretel for Opera Minima, Laodice in Hasse’s Siroe for Ensemble Serse, French Girl and Hotel Guest in Britten’s Death in Venice at the 2007 Aldeburgh and Bregenz Festivals, and Make-Up Girl in Benedict Mason’s Playing Away directed by David Pountney.
Catrine has toured the UK with Carl Rosa Opera, playing the roles of Lady Ella in Patience and Phyllis in Iolanthe. Recordings include the role of Hostess of the Inn on the new CD release of Edward German’s Tom Jones (Naxos) and on the soundtrack for the acclaimed production of Tosca at the Bregenz Festival, Austria, as featured in the recent Bond film The Quantum of Solace.
“Catrine was terrific – 4 stars” – Quentin Letts, Daily Mail – Laetitia The Zoo, Charles Court Opera, Buxton Opera House, 2009