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Biography
Praised for singing with "heart" and "sensitivity" (Boston Musical Intelligencer, July 2011), composer, mezzo-soprano and teaching artist Kaley Lane Eaton is quickly gaining recognition around Boston as a promising artist in new music. Recent accomplishments include an acclaimed performance of her string quartet Highway 12 with the Boston New Music Initiative; the premiere of her chamber ballet, Eva and Emmy, a collaboration with choreographer and playwright Gabrielle Orcha and the Across the Ages Dance Project; the premiere and numerous performances of her song cycle Red, White, and Black with pianist Christopher M. Orzech; and numerous other recitals of new music with Mr. Orzech, dance solo collaborations with Ms. Orcha, as well as occasional improvisatory collaborations with artists of other mediums. Ms. Eaton currently serves as Composer-in-Residence with the Orcha Dance Theatre and is resident vocal coach, accompanist and music director of the Joyous Works Theater Company. A sought-after teaching artist, Ms. Eaton has worked with the Watertown Children's Theatre (guest composer, vocal coach, The Pajama Game), various schools and educational institutions, and teaches voice, piano, and composition privately in Boston. She holds a B.A. in Vocal Performance, summa cum laude, from Whitman College, and will receive her M.M. in Vocal Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College in May of 2013.
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