The Boor with Gateway Opera, 2015
“Artistic director Kate Reimann demonstrated a clear, clean voice in her numbers as well as a nice comic touch in her interactions with the title character.” – Ladue News
Beethoven’s Mass in C Major with The St. Louis Symphony, 2015
“Soprano Kate Reimann, mezzo-soprano Johanna Nordhorn, tenor Keith Boyer and bass-baritone Jeffrey Heyl were all well-cast.” – St. Louis Post Dispatch
“We had a quartet of very solid voices here in the persons of soprano Kate Reimann, mezzo-soprano Johanna Nordhorn, tenor Keith Boyer, and bass-baritone Jeffrey Heyl. All four are chorus members as well as familiar figures on the local opera and concert scene, and acquitted themselves well.” – KDHX Radio
Siegfried with Union Avenue Opera, 2014
“Soprano Kate Reimann was a sweet-voiced Waldvogel, the forest bird who advises and leads Siegfried.” – St. Louis Post Dispatch
“There’s fine work, too, by Kate Reimann, delightful as Waldvogel, the soulful woodbird that enchants Siegfried and leads him to Brunnhilde.” – Ladue News
“Kate Reimann was an appealing Woodbird.” – Two on the Aisle
“Soprano Kate Reimann (offstage) sings a lovely bird-light, bright, and absolutely avian.” – Broadway World