About Leena Sullivan
Kathleen Sullivan has been a professional singer for over 20 years. During that time, she has performed in and around New York City and toured with various companies, including the New York City Opera. She has appeared in numerous orchestral concerts, showcasing major and new works like Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, Messiah by Handel, and Hodie by Vaughan Williams, as well as in several Off-Broadway productions and revivals.
Kathleen has had the privilege of working with several highly acclaimed professionals throughout her career, including Shirley Verrett, George Shirley, Stephen Wadsworth, David Delta Gier, Benton Hess, and many others. She has toured Italy as a frequent concert performer, singing operatic and operetta repertoire.
Kathleen pursued doctoral studies in Voice Performance at the University of Michigan and earned her Bachelor of Music Degree in Voice Performance from the Boston Conservatory. As an adjunct professor, she has taught on the voice faculties of the University of Michigan, Western Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids Community College, and others. Her private studio has students of all ages and backgrounds.