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Catherine as Julius Caesar

As a Napoleonic Caesar in Handel's
Giulio Cesare in Egitto

In Concert:

“[Catherine] charmed the audience with her clear and resonant voice, her excellent phrasing and confident stage presence. As lovely to look at as she was to listen to and with an outgoing graciousness, she won the hearts of the audience.”— J. Gordon Edlund, The Daily World, Aberdeen

As Florence Pike in Britten’s
Albert Herring

“Catherine Treadgold’s repressed and repressive housekeeper…is very well realized.”—Philippa Kiraly, Seattle PI

“The production is extremely well cast. Standouts include…Catherine Treadgold as the prudish and opinionated housekeeper….”—John Sutherland, The Seattle Times

“Not all the singers were up to the score, but some made notable contributions…Catherine Treadgold’s ample mezzo as the housekeeper.”—Frank Corrado, Seattle Weekly

Catherine with Carolyn Maia in Britten's Albert Herring

Catherine Treadgold with Mezzo Carolyn Maia
in Britten's Albert Herring

As Clorinda in Monteverdi’s Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda:

“Catherine Treadgold and Glenn Guhr not only sang well, they went at each other with knives like street fighters. So much for ‘stand and deliver’ performances of early music.”—Jay Hunter Cook, I Virtuosi del Canto

As Mrs. Grose in Britten’s Turn of the Screw:

“Catherine Treadgold’s voice was just the right timbre of the simple, willing housekeeper.”—Philippa Kiraly, The Seattle PI

As Caesar in Handel’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto:

“Among the standouts in the cast were
Catherine Treadgold….” —Melinda Bargreen, The Seattle Times