Katherine Eberle

Professor Emeritus

Katherine Eberle is a versatile mezzo-soprano soloist. Her career includes a wide array of professional and collegiate engagements in both the United States and abroad. She specializes in oratorio, chamber music, art song, and opera. In the past twenty years, Eberle has performed in professional engagements with orchestras, choral organizations, and chamber music groups. Concert credits include solo performances with the symphonies of Detroit, Lansing, Saginaw (Michigan), Atlanta, Macon, Rome, and Valdosta (Georgia). She has given over one hundred solo recitals as a guest artist in eighteen states as well as in Brazil, Canada, England, Ireland, the Netherlands, Russia, St. John and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, and Canada. She made her New York debut at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall in 1994. She was an Artistic Ambassador for the United States Information Agency doing solo concert tours in South America (in 1995 she appeared in Argentina, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad, and Tobago) and in Korea in 1997. A Van Lawrence Fellowship Winner from the Voice Foundation, Eberle has also been named a 2012 Obermann Fellow in Residence for her research in Women Composers. Eberle earned degrees from the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory (BME), the University of Cincinnati (MM), and the University of Michigan (DMA). She has taught at the University of Iowa since 1991. In addition to the standard repertoire, Eberle’s CD recording From a Woman’s Perspective is available on the Vienna Modern Masters label. Her DVD, Pauline Viardot: Singer, Composer, Forgotten Muse is available through www.amazon.com and at her e-store at: www.keberle.com

Research areas
  • Voice and opera