We are delighted to be welcoming Katherine Gregory to give a recital on 1 September at 7pm in Boxgrove Priory.
Early booking is advised to hear this exceptional young talent! Tickets are available here.
Born in 2002, Katherine Gregory began singing as a chorister at Truro Cathedral at the age of 13. She has recently graduated with a BA in Theology and Philosophy from Newnham College, Cambridge.
During her time in Cambridge she was a member of Trinity College Choir with whom she did many recordings and tours, including a recording for Hyperion and video release of Duruflé’s Requiem in Saint Eustache, Paris, for which she performed the Pie Jesu.
Katherine was awarded first prize in the prestigious Clare College Song Competition during her final year in Cambridge, having been awarded second prize in the same competition two years earlier. She has sung roles in many Cambridge opera productions including Countess in Mozart’s Le Nozze Di Figaro (Trinity College Music Society), Rosalinde in Strauss’ Die Fledermaus (Cambridge University Opera Society), The Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Magic Flute (CUOS) and Juno in Handel’s Semele (CUOS).
Katherine was also on the Pembroke Lieder Scheme 2022-2023 where she received regular sessions with acclaimed piano accompanist Joseph Middleton. She has participated in masterclasses with Sir Thomas Allen and Ailish Tynan as part of the scheme.
Katherine’s recent engagements include Durufle’s Requiem (The Bach Choir and David Hill), Brahms’ Requiem (Trinity College Choir with Stephen Layton and Three Spires Singers with Christopher Gray), Handel’s Messiah (Truro Choral Society), Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayer (Three Spires Singers with Christopher Gray), Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Mozart’s Requiem (The Knightsbridge Festival Choir with Nicholas Danks).
Katherine currently studies with Ann De Renais, previously studying with Margaret Kingsley.