Katrina Holden in the news:

 

CLO’s ‘Rosenkavalier’ opens the heavens in New London

 

"... as Sophie, Holden was perfectly cast, teenage-fresh in both character and voice, making the most of the ringing top to ensembles given to her role. This is a singer who will be welcomed should she return to the CLO stage."

 

"Gotschall and Holden were beautifully balanced in the heavenly Act 2 duet in the presentation of the rose scene, “Mit Ihren Augen voll Tränen,” and their final, calm love duet, “Ist ein Traum.”

 

"The final trio is one of opera’s best-known set pieces, and Friday, the CLO did it justice. From Callahan-Hardman’s commanding and centered opening, through the layers of chromaticism with Holden soaring, the ensemble crafted wave after wave of unhurried, pure pleasure."  ~Milton Moore, theday.com, New London

 

http://www.theday.com/article/20141115/ENT12/141119863/1047

 

 

"The third member of the love triangle was the Sophie of Katrina Holden, who also climbed into the stratosphere with ease, and -- thankfully--- avoided the annoying soubrette mannerisms that can creep into the role. As anticipated, their last act Trio was the highlight."  ~Larry Kellum, CT Classical Magazine

 

 

Connecticut Lyric Opera gives “Der Rosenkavalier” its Connecticut debut:

 

http://www.theday.com/article/20141113/ENT10/311139652/

 

 

American Jenny Lind competition comes to UB:

 

http://www.ctpost.com/music/article/American-Jenny-Lind-competition-comes-to-UB-3495128.php

 

 

"The cast I was fortunate enough to see was certainly a powerhouse of singing talent. Katrina Holden as Cendrillon is a mesmerizing soprano... impossible to ignore."  ~Dede Booth

 

http://dedereviewsmusic.wordpress.com/

 

 

"Katrina Holden and Brandon Cordeiro were a dramatic pair as the Count and Countess Malcom.  They both had strong voices with excellent characterization.  I loved seeing their interactions."  ~Shannon Rosa, Boston Theatre Review

 

http://www.bostontheatrereview.com/2010/02/a-little-night-music/

 

 

"Katrina Holden (Frasquita) and Christina English (Mercédès) were excellent throughout as Carmen’s sinuous sidekicks"  ~Larry Phillips, The Boston Musical Intelligencer

 

http://classical-scene.com/2009/07/19/giving-emerging-artists-a-chance-boston-opera-collaborative-offers-carmen/

 

 

Full-Scale Opera Productions in your backyard:

 

http://www.wickedlocal.com/weston/archive/x1676797849/Full-scale-opera-productions-in-your-back-yard