Mezzo-soprano, Katherine Alexander, began teaching voice in 2010 in Miami, Florida. She grew up in a wonderful mix of cultures created by her Latin mother and Mediterranean father and always showed great passion for music and the arts.
She attended New World School of The Arts College in Miami, Florida and University of Florida where she graduated as a Bachelor of Music in Opera/Voice. Katherine has also traveled to Italy where she has worked with some of the best professionals in the opera industry and was chosen to perform leading roles in Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Händel's Partenope, among other works. Katherine Alexander won the Honors Day Music Award and has obtained 1st place in several competitions including the NWSA Concerto Competition and Univision’s Idolo Del Pueblo pop talent search, to name a few. Katherine later went on to attend Florida State University, where she also taught private voice lessons, and graduated with her Master of Music Performance degree.
She continues to teach (both virtually and in person) and perform throughout Florida quite frequently as she features as the lead soloist at The Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach, Florida. Inspired by a diverse mix of artists, teachings, and genres, Katherine Alexander's style is unique, eclectic and profound which can be felt in her performances, teachings, and music.