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Soloist Katherine Eberle Performs Sept. 30

eberle.jpgBy Shiona Christensen

BOONE–From Carnegie Hall to the stages in Brazil and the Netherlands, mezzo-soprano Katherine Eberle amazes audiences with her vocal range and abilities.

On Sunday, Sept. 30, Eberle will perform for audiences in Boone. Her free recital in Appalachian State University’s Rosen Concert Hall begins at 4

p.m.

Her performance will feature works by American composers Jean Berger, Ned Rorem and Jeffrey Agrell among others.

Eberle has received awards from the National Association of Teachers of Singing, the National Federation of Music Clubs, the Bel Canto Foundation and the Ann Arbor Friends of Opera. During the academic year she is on the faculty of the University of Iowa School of Music, and for seven summers she taught at the Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan. Her annotated bibliography about American Operatic Monodramas was published in the Journal of Singing in 1999. Her recording “From a Woman’s Perspective” has been released through Albany Records and Vienna Modern Masters.

Pianist Rose Chancler will accompany Eberle. Chancler has performed throughout the United States and internationally. Currently she is the staff accompanist at the University of Iowa School of Music. She also has held positions at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Baylor University School of Music.

Chancler holds degrees from the University of Texas in Austin and the Eastman School of Music.

Eberle earned her degrees from Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory, the University of Cincinnati and the University of Michigan.

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