HOME EVENTS CLOSE ENCOUNTERS AUDITIONS WINNERS MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION CONTACT
  group image

Kerrie Caldwell - Soprano


Kerrie Caldwell, soprano

Kerrie Caldwell

College-Conservatory of Music
University of Cincinnati

Bachelor of Music class of 2012

MySpace


Kerrie Caldwell
, soprano, is a native of Southern California, and has been a frequent soloist in community venues since the age of 10, encouraged by her parents who both hold degrees in music. At that time, while living in Orange County she appeared with the William Hall Chorale Children’s Chorus and Long Beach Symphony Orchestra’s production of C. Orff's Carmina Burana. In 1995, Kerrie moved with her family to San Diego, attended Grossmont High School and Grossmont Community College, and was a soloist with the Grossmont Master Chorale. In addition, she worked professionally as a recording artist and as a soloist with several churches in San Diego. She was also a chorister in San Diego Opera’s productions of Tosca and Peter Grimes.

Kerrie presently attends the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. She will graduate next year, having performed scenes as Clorinda in G. Rossini's La Cenerentola and the roles of Nella in Gianni Schicchi (G. Puccini), The Fox in The Cunning Little Vixen (L. Janáček) and Romilda in Xerxes (G. F. Handel).

Kerrie continues to sing professionally in the community in both Cincinnati and San Diego. In 2010 she sang the title role in G. C. Menotti's Amahl and the Night Visitors with the San Diego Ecumenical Opera. In addition to her musical studies, she has earned an A. S. Degree in Forensic Technology from Grossmont College, and is a licensed cosmetologist in the state of California.

Musical Merit Foundation - Awards and Performances
Kerrie Caldwell - Soprano
Kerrie Caldwell - Soprano