Praised as a singer “with sensitivity” and the voice “of a mature musician” (Daily Hampshire Gazette), Patricia Kopko is a Boston-based soprano, specializing in opera, art song, and choral singing. As a performer, she believes in the importance of the shared experience music creates. She is committed to telling a variety of stories through music, sharing both beloved favorites and little-known treasures. In Boston, she has performed with the North End Music and Performing Arts Center, Longwood Opera, Winsor Music, and the Harvard Early Music Society. She is a member of the Cantata Singers and has previously sung with the Metropolitan Chorale and the chorus of Odyssey Opera.
Patricia is currently the soprano section leader of the choir and director of the handbell choir at United Parish in Brookline. Patricia completed her master’s degree in vocal performance at the Longy School of Music. She holds a bachelor’s degree in both music and chemistry from Smith College.