Soprano Kerry Holahan is a versatile solo and ensemble singer, heralded for her interpretation of Renaissance, Baroque as well as Contemporary repertoire. She manages and sings with Baroque chamber ensemble Tazzina Drammatica, has appeared as soloist with American Bach Soloists in San Francisco and recently made her debut with GRAMMY-winning vocal ensemble Seraphic Fire at the Aspen Music Festival.
Early in her career, Kerry lived in Beijing for eight years where she toured with local Chinese and international music ensembles, including performances with world-renowned Early Music soprano Dame Emma Kirkby and Metropolitan Opera bass-baritone Shenyang. Fluent in Mandarin, Kerry is one of the few American sopranos to be actively singing Chinese traditional and contemporary works both in the United States and China.
Kerry holds a Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University; a Master of Music, Early Music Vocal Performance from the Peabody Conservatory; as well as a Vocal Performance Diploma with Distinction from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, UK.