Praised for her “beautiful singing” by The Stratford Herald for her performance in England, International Mezzo-soprano Katie H. Stevenson has enjoyed an operatic career that spanned Germany, Ireland, Canada, and across the U.S. Prior to her time abroad, she lived in NYC where her career blossomed and she performed numerous opera roles along the East Coast such as Carmen and Mercedes (Carmen), Romeo (I Capuleti e I Montecchi), Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte), and Emilia (Otello), along with concert appearances at DiCapo Opera, Opera Collective, and Opera on Tap NYC.
During her years in Anchorage Alaska, Katie performed with the Anchorage Opera as well as the Anchorage Concert Choir Assoc., As a Young Artist she performed the role of The Secretary (The Consul) and Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte) in Young Artist programs in Canada and N. Carolina. Since moving to Seattle in 2015 she has performed roles and concerts with Pacific Northwest Opera, Puget Sound Concert Opera, Northwest Opera In Schools Etc., Seattle Modern Opera Company, Bellevue Festival of the Nativity, and the Ladies’ Musical Club. In addition to performing, Katie teaches voice and piano to young students and is active on the board for the Puget Sound Chapter of NATS.