Every Sunday morning in the 10:00 service, from July 21 through August 25, we feature an apprentice singer from the Santa Fe Opera. Thanks to a continuing grant from an anonymous donor, this is a wonderful opportunity to hear these young singers at the beginning of their careers!
Sunday, August 25
Mezzo-soprano Kathleen Reveille is a native of New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley. Reveille received a Master of Music from Yale University and a Bachelor of Music from Mercyhurst University. Previous engagements include Maddalena Rigoletto and Flora La traviata at The Hudson Opera Theatre, Mezzo Soloist Mozart Requiem at Carnegie Hall with Cecilia Chorus of New York, and Zia Principessa Suor Angelica for the New Haven Symphony. Roles for Yale Opera include Hermia A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Maurya Riders to the Sea, and Zita Gianni Schicchi. She performed Miss Jessel The Turn of The Screw with the Warsaw Philharmonic for the Beethoven Easter Festival (Warsaw, Poland). Ms. Reveille covered Zulma L’italiana in Algeri for the Santa Fe Opera last summer and she returns to sing the Mayor’s Wife in Jenůfa this season.