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Kathryn Moran

Specialty area(s)

Vocal Instruction/Music Theatre

Brief biography

Praised as a “well-schooled singer with a delightfully fresh voice” (Boston Globe), the young soprano Kathryn Skemp Moran is widely recognized for her beautiful voice, compelling stage presence and sensitive musicianship.

On the operatic stage, Ms. Moran has performed a variety of roles and recently appeared with the Boston Lyric Opera as Bubikopf in The Emporer of Atlantis, where she was also featured as Flora in The Turn of the Screw. She performed with Madison Opera singing Laurie in Copland’s The Tender Land, and has been featured with Glimmerglass Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, Aspen Music Festival, and the Florida Orchestra. Under the baton of Keith Lockhart, she appeared with the Boston Pops on their Holiday Tour and with Faith Prince and Alice Ripley in The Best of Sondheim, with the Utah Symphony.

Kathryn earned a Bachelor of Music and Musical Theater degree from Northwestern University and a Master of Music degree from Boston University. She lives in La Crosse with her husband, opera singer Liam Moran and young daughter.

Current courses at UWL

Singing for the Stage
Musical Theatre Voice