The soprano Catherine Webster is engaged regularly with many leading early music and chamber ensembles in North America. Deemed one of the finest rising young singers of baroque repertoire, she has appeared as a soloist with Tragicomedia, Theatre of Voices, American Baroque Orchestra, Magnificat, Musica Angelica, Camerata Pacifica, The San Antonio Symphony, Four Nations Ensemble, Les Voix Baroques, Early Music Vancouver, in the Berkeley and Boston Early Music Festivals, and in ensemble with American Bach Soloists and La Chapelle de Quebec with Les Violons du Roy. Active also in contemporary music, Webster appeared with The Kronos Quartet in Terry Rileys Sun Rings and with Theatre of Voices and the Los Angeles Philharmonic in John Adams Grand Pianola Music. Webster is a frequent collaborator with baroque opera directors Stephen Stubbs and Paul ODette, appearing under their direction in Festival Vancouvers production of Monteverdis L'Incoronazione di Poppea and the premiere of Matthesons Boris Goudenov for the Boston Early Music Festival. Webster has toured the U.S. and Holland with Theatre of Voices and recorded with the group; other recording releases include projects as varied as the music of 17th-century composer Chiara Margarita Cozzolani with Magnificat, and songs of Anton von Webern with American Baroque Orchestra for radio broadcast. She holds a Master in Music from the Early Music Institute at Indiana University and has been a guest faculty member and artist for The San Francisco Early Music Societys summer workshops and the Madison Early Music Festival.