Katherine Eberle

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Katherine Eberle, mezzo-soprano is available for a solo recital accompanied by piano for your community center, music group, school, or church. Should you be interested in arranging a recital or a master class in vocal technique, please contact her via email.

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Oratorio, Chamber Music, and Orchestral Performances

Bach, J.S.

B Minor Mass: Iowa City Chamber Singers, Iowa City, Iowa, Vance George, conductor, 1999. Bluffton College Bach Festival, Bluffton, Ohio, Earl Lehman, conductor, 1987.

Christmas Oratorio: Baldwin-Wallace College Bach Festival, Cleveland, Ohio, Dwight Oltman, conductor, 1975.

Magnificat: University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory Chorus and Orchestra, Elmer Thomas, conductor, 1977. Tour of five South-Western states.

St. Matthew Passion: University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory, Cincinnati, Ohio, Elmer Thomas, conductor, 1977. Carmel Bach Festival, Carmel, California, Sandor Salgo, conductor, 1988. Iowa City Chamber Singers, Iowa City, Vance George, 1997.

Beethoven

Choral Fantasy: University Philharmonia, Carl St. Clair, conductor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1983.

Symphony # 9: Cobb Symphony, Atlanta, Georgia, Betty Bennett, conductor, 1989. Rome Symphony, Rome, Georgia, John Carruth, 1989. Saginaw Symphony, Saginaw, Michigan, Leo Najar, conductor, 1985. Muskegon West Shore Symphony, Muskegon, Michigan, Murray Gross, conductor, 1984. Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra, Mt. Pleasant, Burlington, and Ottumwa, Iowa, Robert McConnell, conductor, 2001.

Berio

Folk Songs: Center for New Music, David Gompper, conductor, 1998.

Bernstein

Lamentation of Jeremiah: University of Iowa Orchestra, William Jones, conductor, 2000.

Britten

Phaedra: University of Iowa Center for New Music, David Gompper, conductor, 1996.

Bruch

Grüss an die Heilige Nacht: Camarata Choir, Richard Bloesch, conductor, Iowa City, Iowa, 1991.

Copland

In the Beginning: Iowa City Chamber Singers, Ken Phillips, conductor, 1998. University of Iowa Kantorei, Timothy Stalter, conductor, 2000.

Debussy

Le Martyre de Saint-Sebastian: Detroit Symphony, Hiroshi Wakasugi, conductor, Detroit, Michigan, 1984.

Dello Joio

Songs of Abelard: University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, Albert Ligotti, conductor, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990.

Gilmore

Folk Songs: University of Iowa Symphonic Band, Myron Welch, conductor, 1999.

Dvorak

Requiem: University of Iowa Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, William Hatcher, conductor, 1993.

Handel

Judas Maccabeus: Athens Choral Society, John Corina, conductor, Athens, Georgia, 1990.

Messiah: Cornell College, Marcella Lee, conductor, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 1998, and 1997, Cinda Thomas, conductor. Atlanta Symphony, William Fred Scott, conductor, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990. Atlanta Choral Guild, William Noll, III, conductor, Rome, Georgia, 1989. Pensacola Choral Society, William Clarke, conductor, Pensacola, Florida, 1989. Colquitte County Chorus and Atlanta Symphony Chamber Orchestra, William Caldwell, 1988. Flint Church of God Choir and Chamber Orchestra, Ellsworth Jackson, conductor, 1988, 1989. University of Georgia Chorus and Orchestra, Pierce Arant, conductor, Athens, Georgia, 1988. Columbus Baptist Church and Columbus Orchestra, Ron Collins, Columbus, Georgia, 1987. Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Charles Smith, conductor, Lansing, Michigan, 1986. Bluffton College Choral Society, Earl Lehman, conductor, Bluffton, Ohio, 1985. Heidelberg College, Ferris Ohl, Conductor, Tiffin, Ohio 1982.

Haydn

Seven Last Words: American Institute of Musical Studies, Cornelius Eberhardt, conductor, Graz and Klaus, Austria, 1982.

Harmoniemesse: Carmel Bach Festival, Carmel, California, Sandor Salgo, conductor, 1988. University of Iowa Orchestra and Chorus, Timothy Stalter, conductor, 1999.

Honegger

King David: University of Michigan Choir and Orchestra, Cheboygan, Michigan, Patrick Gardner, conductor, 1985. Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, Michigan, Hugh Floyd, 1995.

Jaffe

Four Pieces: University of Iowa Center for New Music, David Gompper, conductor, 1991.

Mahler

Des Knaben Wunderhorn: University of Michigan Orchestra, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Serge Zehnacker, conductor, 1986.

Kindertotenlieder: Carmel Bach Festival, Carmel, California, Janice Taylor Masterclass, 1988.

Lieder eines Fahrenden Gesellen: University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, Emmanuel College, Warm Springs, Georgia, Albert Ligotti, conductor, 1987.

Symphony # 2: Macon Symphony, Macon, Georgia, Adrian Gnam, conductor, May 1992.

Mendelssohn

Elijah: University of Iowa Chorus and Orchestra, William Hatcher, conductor, 1998. Interlochen Festival Orchestra and Chorus, Hugh Floyd, conductor, 1979.

Mozart

Missa Brevis: University of Georgia Chorus, Atlanta, GA, Pierce Arant, conductor, 1990.

Requiem: Valdosta Symphony Orchestra, Valdosta, GA, Jim Plondke, conductor, 2000. Interlochen Festival Orchestra and Chorus, Hugh Floyd, conductor, 1996. Covington/Conyers Choral Guild, Roger Waters, conductor, Atlanta, GA, 1991. Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra and First Methodist Church Choir, Martin Werner, conductor, 1984.

Ravel

Shéhérazade: Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Lansing, Michigan, Neal Stulberg, conductor, 1985.

Respighi

Laud to the Nativity: University of Iowa Chorus and Orchestra, William Hatcher, conductor, 1991.

Schoenberg

Pierrot Lunaire: University of Iowa Center for New Music, James Dixon, conductor, 1994.

Schubert

Serenade: University of Georgia Men's Glee Club, GMEA Conference, Savannah, Georgia, Pierce Arant, conductor, 1987.

Stamatelos

The Insane Mother (world premiere): University of Iowa Chamber Orchestra, William Jones, conductor, 2001.

Vaughan Williams

Magnificat: Women's Chorus, University of Iowa, Kurt Runnestad, conductor, 1993.

Serenade to Music: University Philharmonia, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Carl St. Clair, conductor, 1983.

Verdi

Requiem: Interlochen Arts Camp, Interlochen, Michigan, Mel Larimer, conductor, 1993. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, William Hatcher, conductor, 1991. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, Philip Greenberg, conductor, 1988.

Vivaldi

Gloria: Iowa Menonnite School, with the Southeast Chamber Orchestra, Bradley Kaufmann, conductor, 1998. First Presbyterian Church and UGA Chamber Orchestra, Athens, Georgia, Tom Joiner, conductor, 1990. Second Thursday Concert Series, University of Georgia Orchestra and Chorus, Pierce Arant, conductor, 1990.

Major Opera Performances

Argento

The Masque of Angels: role of Ann, Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory, Dwight Oltman, conductor, 1976.

Britten

Albert Herring: role of Mrs. Herring, University of Michigan Opera Theater, Gustav Meier, conductor, 1983.

Hoiby

Bon Appetit: role of Julia Child, Washington University, St. Louis, Darlene Lawrence, piano, 1998, also performed at University of Iowa, 1998.

Humperdinck

Hansel and Gretel: role of Hansel, University of Michigan Opera Theater, Gustav Meier, conductor, 1984.

Menotti

Amahl and the Night Visitors: role of Mother, Saginaw Symphony, Leo Najar,conductor, 1982.

Mozart

The Magic Flute: role of Third Lady, Aspen Festival Opera Theater, Andreas Delfs, conductor, 1985.

Puccini

Sister Angelica: role of Monitor, Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory, Dwight Oltman, conductor, 1975.

Stravinsky

The Rake’s Progress: role of Baba the Turk, University of Michigan Opera Theater, Gustav Meier, conductor, 1982.

The Rake’s Progress: role of Prostitueé, Opera de Lille, France, Peter Eôtvos, conductor, 1986.

Vercoe

Herstory III, Jehanne de Lorraine: role of Joan of Arc, Washington University, St. Louis, 1998 University of Iowa, Darlene Lawrence, piano, 1998.

Verdi

Falstaff: role of Dame Quickly, University of Michigan Opera Theater, Gustav Meier, conductor, 1985. Also performed at the Music Academy of the West, Valery Ryvkin, conductor, 1990.

Rigoletto: role of Countess Ceprano, Cedar Rapids Opera Theater, Daniel Kleinknecht, conductor, 2001.
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