Originally from the South Shore, Katie Cochrane recently returned home to Nova Scotia, after living in New York City completing her Master of Music Theatre in Vocal Performance with an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy at New York University Steinhardt, while working professionally as a music educator and performer.
Katie has performed across the United States and Canada; recent credits include performances at Carnegie Hall with Essential Voices USA and the New York Pops (A Frank and Ella Christmas and The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein), Mother Superior in Sister Act at The Frederick Loewe Theatre, Featured ensemble in On the Town in New York City’s historic Provincetown Playhouse, along with other performances at New World Stages, Skirball Center for the Performing Arts and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. Past credits include: Ado Annie in Oklahoma! (Opera NUOVA), Jenny in Company (MTOT), Pitti Sing in The Mikado (MCO), and Ms. Nordstrom in A Little Night Music (HSOF).
Equally as passionate about her love of teaching, she is currently on the voice faculty at Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts in Halifax, in addition to managing her private voice studio with students across Canada and the United States and being a music festival adjudicator. She has had the pleasure of teaching as adjunct faculty at NYU, Broadway Artists Alliance, and Belvoir Terrace. Katie recently received the Bravura Nova Scotia Elizabeth (Bee) Huxtable Professional Development Fellowship to pursue further Vocal Pedagogy Professional Workshop at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Website: https://www.katiecochranenyc.com/ Instagram: @katie_cochrane_voice_studio