About Catherine Pelletier
Get to know Catherine Pelletier
Catherine studied as a vocal performance major at Virginia Commonwealth University, where she studied with voice teacher Dr. Kenneth Wood and vocal coach Melanie Kohn Day.
She has performed in a variety of genres at a variety of venues, but her favorite has always been opera. Favorite past performances include Ms. Todd from Menotti’s “The Old Maid and the Thief,” Suzuki from Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly” (scene), Dorabella from Mozart’s “Così fan tutte” (scene), Leonora from Donizetti’s “La Favorita” (scene), Princess Ida from Gilbert & Sullivan's "Princess Ida," and Nick Bottom from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream.”
Catherine sings as the alto section leader and soloist at Bon Air Presbyterian Church and often performs as a soloist in the Second Sunday South of James concert series. She has worked with Oratorio Society of Richmond as a performer and is now on the board of directors.
Catherine is primarily a classical singer but teaches and performs a variety of musical genres. She has taught voice and piano at School of Rock, Chester Performing Arts Studio, Brilliant Summer, and Music & Arts, where she currently teaches. She has also worked as assistant stage director and production stage manager for VCU’s award-winning opera department. Catherine is an avid lover of the color green and lives in Richmond with her fiancé, Alan, and their son, Landon.