Soprano Caitlin Duckworth is an emerging artist and pedagogue from Clear Lake City, Texas. In spring of 2018, Caitlin gave the world premiere of the role Mariola in Jake Heggie’s newly revised chamber opera Out of Darkness: Two Remain at the Baltimore Theatre Project under the direction of Garnett Bruce. She gave the U.S. premiere of Actress One in Errollyn Wallen’s ANON in Spring 2017, which received critical acclaim by the Maryland Theatre Review and was featured in the Baltimore Sun. Additional credits include Kurt Weill Review, The Saga of Jenny, at Provincetown Playhouse and Massenet’s Cendrillon at Frederick Loewe Theatre. Partial roles performed at the Peabody Institute include Zdenka from Strauss’ Arabella and Veronique from Thomas Pasatieri’s The Hotel Casablanca. In addition to staged performances, Caitlin has enjoyed performing in community based ensembles, including the Chizuk Amuno Congregation Choir, Brown Memorial Chancel Choir, and Washington Square Singers. Caitlin earned her Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance at New York University, under the tutelage of esteemed pedagogues and coaches including, Anna Winthrop, Dr. Scott Murphree, and Grant Wenaus. She received the degree of Master of Music in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, where she studied under the tutelage and mentorship of Dr. Stanley Cornett, Dr. Steven Rainbolt, and Dr. Robert Muckenfuss. She is the recipient of both academic and artistic awards, including the NYUFounders Day Award, Steinhardt Eckhouse Scholarship, Peabody Degree Scholarship, and Peabody Career Development Grant. Caitlin Duckworth previously served on faculty at Suzuki School of Music Maryland and will be teaching private voice lessons, group voice, and early childhood music as faculty of the Vivaldi Music Academy.