Kathryn Buck vocalist Divas through the Decades Caro Emerald and 1930s 1940s 1950s music
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KATHRYN BUCK BIOGRAPHY
Having initially trained in Italian Bel Canto (beautiful singing) technique with Diana Stuart in Cambridgeshire for 7 years and then in Kent for another 3 years, Kathryn's versatile voice has enabled her to enjoy a variety of styles of music. Whilst singing for Opera Experience in Cambridgeshire, she played the part of Maddelena from Verdi's 'Rigoletto', The Third Lady in Mozart's 'Magic Flute' and Meg in Verdi's 'Falstaff' (in a workshop led by the great British mezzo-soprano, Sarah Walker).

Whilst living in Kent, Kathryn's performances included the mezzo role in Purcell's 'Hail Bright Cecilia' (Ode to St Cecilia's Day), the alto role in Mozart's 'Requiem' and a large number of solo and group performances including classical pieces, show songs, opera and jazz. More recently, she was asked to perform a re-written version of James Blunt's 'Goodbye my Lover' (re-named 'Goodbye my Brother') as a tribute to a very special friend of a Kent family.

Kathryn has sung at numerous weddings, and is part of a small classical group called The Celestine Singers who regularly perform at functions in the Kent area.

Based in Cambridgeshire, Kathryn sings throughout the UK.