The Argentinean-Canadian mezzo-soprano, Fabiana Katz, received her B. Music in theory from University of Calgary, Alberta Canada in 1990, and M. Music in choral conducting from College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) - University of Cincinnati, Ohio USA in 1994. She has also participated in several workshops of Tafelmusik Orchestra and Choir, Early Music Vancouver, Vancouver Academy Of Music Opera, Vancouver Modern Baroque Opera and others.
Fabiana Katz has been living in Vancouver and singing professionally with Jon Washburn in the Vancouver Chamber Choir from 1995. She has also been busy doing solo appearances and producing her own recitals. Mostly, her areas of expertise are Baroque music (European and American) and Spanish and Latin American music (especially that of Argentina).
Recent appearances as soloist with ensemble include: George Frideric Handel's Messiah (Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and the CBC Vancouver Orchestra); G.F. Handel's Israel in Egypt (Trinity Western University Choirs and members of the CBC Vancouver Orchestra); Antonio Vivaldi's Gloria (National Arts Centre Orchestra and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra); Schubert's Magnificat (Vancouver CBC Radio Orchestra); Mozart's Vesperae Solenne de Confessore (Vancouver Symphony Orchestra) and Litaniae Lauretanae (CBC Vancouver Orchestra); J.S. Bach's Magnificat BWV 243 (Vancouver Symphony Orchestra); R Strauss' Deutsche Mottete Op. 62 (Vancouver Chamber Choir); Ariel Ramirez' Misa Criolla (World Fest Ensemble); Giovanni Battista Pergolesi's Stabat Mater (St. Mary's Kerrisdale Choir); Sergei Rachmaninov's All Night Vigil, Op. 37 (Vancouver Chamber Choir).
Recent solo recitals include: Amores - popular music of Argentina, ”Ay Amor! - music from Spain, Argentina, Cuba and Puerto Rico, An evening with Johannes Brahms and Schumann - Neue liebeslieder and Spanische liebeslieder, a Fundraiser for United Way with music of Gershwin, Hoagy Carmichael, Spirituals, Gospel and salon music, and Intermezzo - music of Purcell, Monteverdi, G.F. Handel, Viardot, Garcia, J. Brahms, Finzi and Montsalvadge.