Paige is a Performer and Vocal Teacher
Paige Patrick, soprano, holds a BM in Music Education from Texas State University and an MM in Performance from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. After relocating to the Bay Area in August, Ms. Patrick most recently appeared with Goat Hall Opera’s “Little Weill Women,” a Kurt Weill cabaret. Past appearances include ‘Rose Maurrant’ (Street Scene), ‘Donna Elvira’ (Don Giovanni), ‘Ann Putnam’ (The Crucible), and ‘Alma Way’ (The Village Singer) with Knoxville Opera Studio, ’Manon’ (Manon), ‘Elektra’ (Idomeneo), and ‘First Lady’ (Die Zauberflöte) with Harrower Opera Workshop, and ‘Katherina Cavalieri' (Amadeus) with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. As a concert artist, Ms. Patrick performed in numerous events in the Knoxville area, including Marble City Opera’s ‘Night of Horror and Mayhem’ and the ‘Mary Costa Tribute Recital’ with Pellissippi State Community College, where she served as Liberal Arts faculty from 2010-2014.
Ms. Patrick is a student of Jeremy Silver.
- Vocally Versatile
- Powerful & Poised
- Fun-Loving Personality