Her first portrait album Voices from the Killing Jar was released on Carrier records in 2014 and she recently rolled out her first opera, Here Be Sirens, at Dixon Place. On the horizon are Ipsa Dixit, an evening-length cycle of duos and quartets for voice and instruments to premiere September 2015, and an operatic retelling of The Romance of the Rose. Information about her works may be found on the works page; about purchasing a selection of scores at Project Schott NY; and about upcoming events in the column on the left; or contact her!
Kate's music has been described as "exquisitely quirky" (NY Times) and "epic" (WQXR); as a performer, she has been praised as a "dazzling vocalist" (New Yorker) and likened to "Lucille Ball reinterpreted by Linda Blair" (Pitchfork Magazine). She is a co-director and vocalist for Wet Ink, an NYC-based new music ensemble dedicated to seeking out and promoting innovative music across aesthetic categories. She is a Professor of Music at Smith College.