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Soprano soloist, ensemble singer, and music educator Katie Boardman strives to elevate musical excellence in concert and in the communities she serves. A sensitive performer of music both centuries old and brand new, she sings frequently in the Twin Cities and has recently appeared with the Mirandola Ensemble, the Rose Ensemble, and Red Shift Choir. She can be heard with the PaTRAM Institute Singers on the GRAMMY-nominated recording of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, by composer Kurt Sander. She was one of the Voces8 US Scholars in the 2019-20 concert season.
Katie appeared with the Boston Camerata in their beloved Carols at Midnight program. She was a founding member of Sourcework, an ensemble for “edition-free polyphony,” performing Renaissance music from early notation and original sources. She has been featured in the world premieres of many new compositions in Boston and in Minneapolis. Ms. Boardman’s other recent appearances include BEMF Fringe and the St. Tikhon Choir.
She has studied historical performance style as well as Baroque dance and gesture at early music programs including the Early Music Vancouver Baroque Vocal Programme and Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute. She has frequently participated in the Madison Early Music Festival, where in 2017 she appeared as a featured soloist in the All-Festival concert and taught the beginning voice class.
She keeps an active schedule teaching voice and piano lessons online and at Chanson Voice and Music Academy in St. Paul. She has also led sacred music choral workshops both in person and online.
If you'd like to inquire about lessons, please email Katie!
A native of Wisconsin, Katie received her Master of Music in Historical Performance from Boston University, and holds a BA in Vocal Performance and French from Augustana College in Illinois.
"beautiful soprano solo"
-Boston Classical Review
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