Recognized for her “lithe and lively” tone (The Berkshire Eagle), mezzo- soprano Kate Maroney performs early and contemporary music worldwide. Kate has sung as soloist with Bach Vespers, Holy Trinity, Mark Morris Dance Group, Yale Choral Artists, Vox Vocal Ensemble, Saint Luke in the Fields, New York Choral Society, Berkshire Bach Society, Fairfield County Chorale, Orchestra Sinfonica Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, American Opera Projects, and TENET. She received the William G. Blair award in the Oratorio Society of New York's Lyndon Woodside Soloist Competition and has appeared as soloist at Carnegie, Chicago Orchestra, and Alice Tully halls, with Ensemble Signal at the Lincoln Center Festival, at Oregon Bach Festival, with Trinity Wall Street, and Musica Sacra. Kate is featured in the world tour of Phillip Glass’s Einstein on the Beach, premiered Missy Mazzoli’s Song from the Uproar, and is heard on recordings for New Amsterdam and Albany Records. Kate holds degrees from Eastman, Yale, and SUNY Purchase.