Kathryn Tremills


Canadian pianist Dr. Kathryn Tremills is in demand as a performer, teacher, coach and adjudicator. Kathryn holds a doctorate from the University of Michigan and is an alumnus of the Eastman School of Music, University of Colorado at Boulder and University of Toronto. Her extensive performing career has taken her to the stages of Roy Thomson Hall, Koerner Hall, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Off Centre Music Salon, the Canadian Art Song Project, Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre Thursday Noon Concerts, and Pro Musica Detroit to name a few. Twice a Canada Council Grant recipient, she has appeared as a soloist with numerous orchestras in North America, and has served as musical staff at the Canadian Opera Company, and the Toronto Children’s Chorus.  Kathryn is a Sessional Lecturer at the University of Toronto, and serves on the faculty at the Centre for Opera in Sulmona, Italy (COSI) and Canadian Operatic Arts Academy (COAA). She resides in Toronto with her husband, bass-baritone Giles Tomkins and their son.

Get tickets to hear them at the High Notes Gala for Mental Health on Thursday February 1, 2018.