Kate is one of Wales’ most popular mezzo sopranos. The rich, sumptuous beauty of her voice combined with an engaging personality has ensured her success on both the operatic and concert platform. During her career she has worked extensively with the Welsh National Opera as well as Glyndebourne, English National Opera, Wexford Festival Opera and Swansea City Opera.
She has won numerous awards, recorded regularly for television and has given hundreds of concerts and recitals across Great Britain in all the major concert halls and cathedrals.
Most recently, Kate has performed the Verdi requiem at The Welsh Proms under the baton of Owain Arwel Hughes. Rossini Petite Missa Solemnis, Wil Todd's Mass in Blue and The Mozart Requiem at Cheltenham Town Hall in the presence of HRH Princess Anne.
Kate is a renowned vocal animateur and choral trainer. Along with a busy career in the U.K, she has gained an international reputation in this field and has worked in the US, Singapore and Dubai and has been invited to run workshops in Hong Kong in 2018.
In 2011, Kate co- founded Forget-me-not Chorus, a charity for people with dementia and their families and in 2012 was awarded ITV’s Inspirational Woman of the Year for her work. The charity now runs five choirs across South Wales.
She teaches singing and Lectures at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. In 2017, Kate was made an Associate of The Royal Academy of Music in recognition of her outstanding services to music .