Katherine Whyte


Katherine Whyte has performed on opera and concert stages across her native Canada, the United States and Europe. Opera Today has hailed her for her “keen artistic sensibility” while the San Francisco Classical Voice has praised her “her glamorous, vibrato-rich voice”. The 2019-2020 season included her return to the Metropolitan Opera to cover Despina in Così fan tutte and her debut with Heartbeat Opera as Agathe in Der Freischütz. This season, she sings Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte with Opera Grand Rapids and makes her debut with Intermountain Opera Bozeman as the Countess in Le nozze di Figaro.

The 2018-19 season for Ms. Whyte included Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Louisiana Symphony, joining Opera Hong Kong as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Adina in L’elisir d’amore with Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, and returning to the Metropolitan Opera for productions of Suor Angelica and Don Giovanni. The 2017-2018 season saw her return to the Metropolitan Opera for Parsifal as well as appearing in concert with the Mountain View International Festival of Song and the Orquesta Sinfonica Mineria for Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Additionally, she appeared with both Charlottesville Opera and the Norwalk Symphony as the Countess in Le nozze di Figaro. Additional recent engagements include her Vancouver Opera debut as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Beethoven’s Mass in C Major and Stravinsky’s Pulcinella with the Houston Symphony, Carmina Burana with the National Chorale, Mozart’s Requiem with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, and Handel’s Messiah with the New Choral Society. 

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"And Agathe’s aria “Leise leise fromme Weise” was just stunning, filled with successive eruptions of different emotions. It blossomed in Katherine Whyte’s performance into an absolute joy to ride through. In fact, Whyte was absolutely superb throughout."



"The evening’s Don Giovanni was Mexican-American Richard Ollarsaba who brought an Iberian flavor to what is, after all, a Spanish part, more a Don Juan than a Don Giovanni. His was a brooding, if mellifluous, presence. He was well-paired with the energetic and comedic...


"Of the two singers, Whyte had the more impressive and reliable instrument. The voice is large and brilliant, edging into dramatic coloratura territory with a full, expressive vibrato, excellent extension above high C, tightly handled runs, and a smoldering, sensual ch...


"If you are looking for emotional depth as well as beautiful singing you will find it in the female roles. Katherine Whyte shows the Countess as an elegant woman with the patience of an angel and the voice to match. Her songs of despair are tender and her moments of fo...


“Pero la ovación fue, sin dudas, para la actuación de la soprano KATHERINE WHYTE, que además de deleitar al auditorio con “Glittler and be Gay” de Bernstein, interpretó impecablemente y con majestuoso donaire “China, te amo”, en nítido mandarín / But the ovation was, w...

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