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Mezzo-soprano Katherine Pracht’s 2012 season began with the role of Mrs. McLean in Florentine Opera’s production of Susannah, followed by the role of Guenevere in Orchestra Kentucky’s Camelot. Upcoming roles include Der Trommler in Der Kaiser von Atlantis for Central City Opera in collaboration with the Colorado Symphony; her Carnegie Hall debut as alto soloist in Verdi’s Requiem, and her debut with Opera Company of Philadelphia as the Third Lady in Die Zauberflöte. Pracht’s 2011 season began with her Dallas Opera debut as Stephano in student performances of Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette; followed by a turn as Rosina in Opera on the James’s Il barbiere di Siviglia; and the role of Julia in the World Premiere of Kirke Mechem’s The Rivals for Skylight Opera Theatre. In the 2010 season, Pracht made her international/Radio France debut singing Dorabella inCosi fan tutte with Lyrique-en-mer Festival in Belle-ile; and her Avery Fisher Hall debut in Schumann’s Scenes from Goethe’s Faust with the American Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Pracht has been a Metropolitan Opera Competition Regional finalist in San Antonio, Memphis, and twice in Minneapolis, where, in 2006, she won the Outstanding Mezzo Award.

In her role debut as Rosina in 2009 with Skylight Opera Theatre, music critic Tom Strini reviewed: “Her voice has developed into an instrument of extraordinary beauty and boundless agility. What a great pleasure to hear pitches and rhythms fall exactly into place within a warm, expressive flexibility, and to hear a voice so smooth and seamless and full throughout its range.”

  • Tamara & Carter
    Dear Tony and the Shrewsbury String Quartet, I sincerely apologize for taking so long to send you this thank-you note. You all were such a special part of our May 24 wedding ceremony and we appreciate your hard work and beautiful music!. Tony, thank you so much for all of your help throughout the planning process. You went above and beyond my expectations and you truly helped to make the planning process a joy. Thank you for answering all of my questions about music selections, for honoring my special requests, and for taking the time to arrange and practice a special selection for us – Bryan Adams’ “Every thing I Do, I Do It For You.” I never had to worry as I worked with you. You were kind, helpful, prompt and clearly very experienced and competent. You all played beautifully at the ceremony. It was like a fairy tale to walk down the aisle to such a gorgeous rendition of “Pachelbel’s Canon”. Sincere thanks for helping to make the most joyful day of our lives absolutely perfect. Tamara & Carter
  • Chris
    Hi Tony In the chaos, I didn’t even get to meet you at the wedding on Saturday. I just wanted to thank you, the music was great. Susan and I loved it, and several guests commented to me that they enjoyed it. It made the ceremony really beautiful, I thought. Thanks again, Chris

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