Katrina Holden-Buckley

Katrina Holden-Buckley
editor - Theatre and Opera

Native New Englander Katrina Holden is a lyric soprano with a Masters from The New England Conservatory in Vocal Performance and an undergraduate degree in Music and English from Muhlenberg College.  She has appeared with Boston Lyric Opera, Odyssey Opera, MetroWest Opera, and Connecticut Lyric Opera, as well as in concert throughout the country and in both Austria and Italy.  A resident of Boston and active member of the Boston arts scene for more than 10 years, she has written for Boston Singers’ Resource covering the Opera America Conference and has been published in Classical Singer Magazine.

“Brodsky/Baryshnikov” – Poetry in Motion

The choreography itself spun through a range of subtle to more bombastic, creating a dramatic arc for the 90-minute piece. Baryshnikov’s commitment to using the whole body is unflinching. Whether it was part of the opening movement, when a chair balanced against his back served as the hint to the centaur referenced in a poem, or the use of his fluttering arms as a butterfly metaphor, his conviction in thought and body is mesmerizing. The illustrative nature of the metaphors manages not to be redundant or heavy-handed.

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