Choir Section Leaders
Kate Scott is a light lyric soprano and has a passion for early music, opera, and concert repertoire. She received her BM in vocal performance from Northwestern University’s School of Music. She studied Italian opera and art song at the Accademia Internationale della Musica in Milan, Italy and has performed in recitals, operas, and choral works throughout Italy and the US. She currently sings with the Boston Choral Ensemble and is a healthcare consulting Principal with the Advisory Board Company.
Mezzo-soprano Emily Harmon is a frequent performer of both opera and concert repertoire in the Boston area. She has sung with groups including Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Handel and Haydn Society Educational Outreach Vocal Quartet, Masterworks Chorale, Lowell House Opera, Opera del West, Time’s Arrow New Music Ensemble, and Hub New Music. She is a graduate of Boston University, where she received her M.M. and B.M. in Vocal Performance.
Evan is an instrumental music teacher in the Waltham public schools and a freelance trumpet player in the Boston area, performing with the New Philharmonia Orchestra and Mercury Symphony Orchestra, the Harvard graduate big band, and various community theatre groups. In addition to singing with Saint Peter’s choir, Evan has also been a soloist with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and a featured soloist in the New Philharmonia Orchestra’s Summer pops concerts. He received his BM degree from the Hartt school of Music and his MM degree from Boston University.
Scott Ballantine received his Master’s of Music in Voice Performance from The Boston Conservatory in 2015 and a Bachelor’s of Music in Voice Performance from Northern Arizona University in 2013. Notable credits at NAU include the title role in Gianni Schicchi and Guglielmo (Così fan tutte). He was a three-year member of the world-renowned Shrine of the Ages Choir under the direction of Edith Copley and has sung extensively with the Sedona Academy of Chamber Singers under the direction of Ryan Holder. In Arizona, he placed first in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Vocal Competition four years consecutively and was a finalist in the Classical Singer Competition.