Kathryn Henry – The Quintessential Wisconsin Girl-Next-Door
Kathryn Henry of Sheboygan South High School stands out as an ideal representation of Wisconsin girl-next-door. Although lacking educational attainment, Kathryn has worked diligently towards building her career.
She has extensive experience dealing with virtually every type of insurance policy currently on the market – manuscript and specialty policies alike – appearing before federal and state courts of appeal as well as in en banc proceedings.
Early Life and Education
She leaves behind siblings, sister-in-laws, niece and three fur babies: Charlie, Budroe and Buffy. A life-long animal advocate, she donated time and funds to many animal-centric charities that provide services for lost, neglected and abused pets.
She was trained by her mother and grandmother to become the ideal wife, including learning obedience, good manners, social graces and household management techniques. Reading and writing were encouraged as signs of intelligence and maturity.
As an apprentice artist of Santa Fe Opera in 2021, she covered Lucy Harker from John Corigliano’s Lord of Cries. Additionally, she participated in both Wolf Trap Opera Young Artist Program and Ravinia Festival’s Steans Music Institute; moreover as a Baumgartner Studio Artist she has appeared as Barbarina/The Marriage of Figaro and Micaela/Carmen.
Kathryn Henry’s large voice makes her an ideal fit for Corigliano’s dramatic vocal lines, which require both melodious melodies and passages that call upon Wagnerian sopranos for power and stamina. Most recently she performed Lucy Harkness in the world premiere of Corigliano’s Lord of Cries at Santa Fe Opera and has also performed as the Governess from Britten’s The Turn of the Screw; First Lady from Mozart’s Die Zauberflote; and as Suor Angelica with Florentine Opera Company.
Pyeatt, who has served as a district judge at the Met auditions for over 20 years, says she is not surprised that Henry made it through to the semifinal round. She raves: “She has an incredibly lush and mature sound for someone only 22.” You “believe in what she’s singing”.
Achievement and Honors
Henry also advanced to the finals of the national Metropolitan Opera auditions, becoming a first-year Ryan Opera Center member and taking on Lucy Harker for John Corigliano’s The Lord of Cries premiere at Ryan Opera Center 2021 premiere. She will also appear as Micaela in Carmen and as Cendrillon for Lyric Opera of Chicago respectively.
She has performed in Carnegie Hall’s 2022 SongStudio with Renee Fleming and Ravinia Festival’s 2020 Steans Music Institute, among other performances. Additionally, she served as a Baumgartner Studio Artist with Milwaukee Florentine Opera where she has covered both Barbarina from The Marriage of Figaro and Arminda/La Finta Giardiniera roles.
Kathryn Henry, a homeschooling mother and business owner in Michigan, is an expert Constitutional attorney and fierce advocate for We the People’s rights. Through her organization, citizens learn about law & Constitution as well as receive calls to action for patriotic causes across Michigan.
Kathryn Henry hails from Milwaukee and may appear to be just another Midwest girl-next-door; yet her singing has propelled her all the way to one of opera world’s premier stages.
Katherine Parr is among Henry VIII’s wives that is perhaps most misunderstood, often being depicted as the matronly bluestocking who quietly cared for an increasingly volatile monarch. But in truth she had much more going for her.
Katherine Parr was an elegant lady who enjoyed fine clothing and jewels, taking great pleasure in Tudor high society. However, she was also passionately supportive of Protestantism, often advocating her beliefs to King Edward VI himself. Unfortunately this made enemies within his court as plans were devised for Katherine Parr’s arrest; yet she ultimately proved herself as a loyal queen.
Kathryn Henry is a household name thanks to her appearance on “Southern Charm.” Alongside this television program, Kathryn also owns her own business which updates vintage items with contemporary design elements.
She runs a charity to assist children and at-risk women, which has earned her the status of philanthropist.
She has not tied the knot yet but has expressed an intention to marry in the near future. She is currently engaged to St. Julien Rembert Ravenell and Kensington Calhoun, although there has been some dispute regarding custody arrangements between them. Additionally, she has appeared on various shows as an avid traveller and reader.