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Erin Calata

Mezzo-soprano

[img: Erin Calata]Erin Calata is an emerging mezzo-soprano in the Seattle-Tacoma area. She is a seasoned soloist, recitalist and chorister, performing a wide variety of genres including Early and Baroque music, opera, and New Music. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Pacific Lutheran University and completed her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance at Arizona State University. She has sung professionally in the choruses of the Arizona Opera, Scottsdale Choral Artists, and Stuttgart Festival Ensemble in Germany, and placed in the Ladies Musical Club of Seattle Solo Competition and the National Association of Teachers of Singing regional competition in Arizona.

Her interest in Early Music led her to participate in the Accademia d’Amore summer program by Pacific Musicworks in Seattle, Washington and the Amherst Early Music Festival Baroque Academy in New London, Connecticut, which was followed by performances with Pacific Musicworks and the Texas Early Music Project in their recent seasons. Presently, Mrs. Calata sings with the Pacific Lutheran University Choral Union, directs the Shepherd of the Hill Presbyterian Church choir and is an active voice teacher privately and at Pierce College in Puyallup, Washington. She is looking forward to performances with Seattle’s Queen City Musicians in their production of Charpentier’s Acteon and with the Victoria Bach Festival as a New Young Artist in June, 2014.


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