Mezzo-Soprano Katie Trigg Profiled in the New Zealand Herald

The incoming Curtis opera student discusses her career path

The Curtis Institute of Music welcomes mezzo-soprano Katie Trigg to the school this fall. The rising young singer was recently profiled in the New Zealand Herald, as she prepares to join the school and Curtis Opera Theatre this year. In the article, Katie discusses her career path, excitement about becoming a Curtis student, and farewell concerts in Hamilton at the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts with pianist Francis Cowan.

“I will be joining a community of musical peers which will challenge and inspire me, and connect to a network of distinguished alumni with international reach and a legacy that far surpasses its size.

“I feel incredibly privileged, and somewhat humbled, to have been given this fantastic opportunity for an international career,” says Katie.

Read the New Zealand Herald interview HERE.

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