Kathryn Hartgrove has been heard throughout the United States, South America, and Europe. She has performed with the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, San Francisco Opera, New York City Opera’s National Tour, Chicago Opera Theater, Łodz National Opera of Poland, Chamber Opera of Chicago, Piedmont Opera Theater, Opera Maine, the Istanbul National Symphony, the Pesaro Chamber Orchestra, the Grant Park Symphony, the Dimitria Festival in Greece, the Pasqua Festival in Italy, the Trujillo Bach Festival in Peru, the Atelier Concert Series in France, the Krakow Opera House, and presented Pierrot Lunaire in Nuremberg, Germany. Ms. Hartgrove has given masterclasses in festivals and universities in Alabama, Minnesota, Ohio, Michigan, Texas, Iowa, Utah, Tennessee, Montana, Hawai’i, Indiana, Boston, Peru, Greece, Brazil, and Italy. She is one of the co-founders and the Artistic Director of Festival of International Opera in Italia with the 2020 season slated for Italy. Her students have sung with major houses and orchestras in the United States, Europe, Brazil, and Mexico and have won major awards and competitions. Ms. Hartgrove is an Associate Professor of voice and the voice coordinator at Georgia State University.