Katy Wolfe has appeared extensively in this region as well as overseas as an active and versatile performer fluent in both opera and musical theater. She has frequently performed as a soloist with the Symphony of the Mountains, and Oak Ridge Symphony including a performance of Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, which she premiered at the Cathedral Music Festival in Southwark, Coventry and Salisburry Cathedrals in England. Ms. Wolfe has appeared with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra’s Chamber Classics, Pops Series and Very Young Peoples concerts as well as singing for the 75th Anniversary of the Smoky Mountain National Park concert in Cade’s Cove. She has been a company member of the Clarence Brown Theatre in over a dozen productions where her favorite roles include Kate in Kiss me Kate, Marian in Music Man and Aldonza in Man of La Mancha. Elsewhere she has performed as Sally in Cabaret, the title role in Suor Angelica, Desiree in A Little Night Music, and Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus. Ms. Wolfe holds a Bachelor’s degree from Belmont University and a Master’s degree from University of TN. Katy is a private voice teacher, conductor and artistic director of Sound Company, The Children’s Performing Choir of Oak Ridge, and serves as the voice teacher for the University of Tennessee MFA actors for the Department of Theatre.