Lecturer – Voice
Ms. Wolfe has spent the past 15 years as a professional performer in both opera and musical theater. She is the singing instructor for the MFA acting students for the UT theater department. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education/Vocal Performance from Belmont University and a Master of Music in Opera Performance from the University of Tennessee. Katy has kept an active private voice studio of both performing professionals and developing students while also teaching for area colleges. She has served as musical director, conductor, choreographer and vocal coach for many professional and collegiate productions including Threepenny Opera, Guys and Dolls, High Society and West Side Story. As a professional singer her credits include Sally in Cabaret, Lalume in Kismet, Mercedes in Carmen, the title role in Suor Angelica, and Mrs. Walker in Tommy at CBT. She sang the Haydn Lord Nelson Mass throughout England with the Cathedral Music Festival as well as stateside with both Oak Ridge Symphony and Symphony of the Mountains. She is the vocal soloist for the Family Concert Series for Knoxville Symphony and has appeared extensively throughout the region including singing for the 75th Anniversary of the Smoky Mountain National Park, Knoxville 4th of July Celebration and in symphony pops, chamber and master works concert series.