Recognized by the New York Times for "vibrant and colorful” singing, mezzo-soprano Kate Maroney is in demand on concert, oratorio and opera stages in works that span from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Kate was featured worldwide in over 75 performances of Einstein on the Beach and made her Lincoln Center soloist debut with the American Classical Orchestra in Bach’s Mass in B-Minor. Kate has recently appeared as a soloist at LA Opera (Mazzoli’s Song From The Uproar), Oregon Bach Festival, with Musica Sacra and New York City Ballet, Anonymous 4, The Bangor Symphony, Clarion, Bach Collegium San Diego, American Symphony Orchestra at Bard SummerScape, Princeton Pro Musica, Yale Choral Artists, Sacred Music Sacred Space, Bach Vespers Holy Trinity, Ensemble Signal at the Lincoln Center Festival, Ekmeles, Mark Morris Dance Group, Vox Vocal Ensemble, St. Luke in the Fields, American Opera Projects, Berkshire Bach Society, Brooklyn Art Song Society, and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Kate sings on the recording of Julia Wolfe’s 2015 Pulitzer Prize-winning and 2016 GRAMMY®-nominated work, Anthracite Fields, with the Bang On A Can All-Stars and The Choir of Trinity Wall Street under Julian Wachner. She has also worked closely with and premiered works by composers Philip Glass, Daron Hagen, Hannah Lash, Paola Prestini, Ted Hearne, Olga Bell, Lisa Bielawa, Harry Stafylakis, Christopher Cerrone, Jacob Cooper, Michael Rose, Marie Incontrera, Ola Gjeilo, and Scott Wheeler. Kate was selected as a Virginia Best Adams Fellow at the Carmel Bach Festival this season. She teaches at Mannes NEXT (The New School) and holds degrees in music from Eastman, Yale and SUNY Purchase.