Katie is very happy to sing professionally in many different capacities from jazz and swing in London's top jazz clubs to classical arias with full orchestras in some of the UK's most prestigious concert halls. Her debut album: 'Baby, Dream Your Dream', which reached number one in the iTunes jazz charts upon release, is a celebration of show songs with a jazz quartet, combining her two loves, jazz and musical theatre.
Her solo concert appearances include the programmes: 80s Symphonic Spectacular at Proms in The Park with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, 60s Hits with The City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and GRB Concerts, Broadway to Hollywood: Premiere at the Festival Jardins de Pedralbes in Barcelona, The Best of Burt Bacharach at the Royal Festival Hall with GRB Concerts and The London Concert Orchestra, The Sound of the 60s, Bernstein on Broadway and Sounds Amazing at The National Hall Dublin with The RTÉ Concert Orchestra; What A Wonderful World at The Symphony Hall with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Simply Gershwin at The Royal Festival Hall and Crazy for Gershwin on tour with The London Concert Orchestra for Raymond Gubbay; A Celebration of The MGM Musicals on tour with The John Wilson Orchestra;
Cole Porter Classics at The Royal Festival Hall with Raymond Gubbay and Capital Voices; Ramin Karimloo’s Road To Find Out concert tour with Capital Voices.
Katie sings regularly with The Down For The Count Swing Orchestra and fronts the
brass heavy pop/funk band Latimo. With these band she has performed at many esteemed venues like The Hideaway, Ronnie Scotts, 100 Club, The Bedford, The Hippodrome Casino and many more.
She also enjoys session work and has provided vocals for some great artists, a lot of these opportunities were with Capital Voices and Maida Vale Singers. You will hear her voice on the Mamma Mia 2 soundtrack, John Wilson Orchestra's Cole Porter does Hollywood Album, Alfie Boe and Michael Ball's album , Ramin Karimloo's Road to Find out: East EP; She has toured with Russell Watson on his La Voce tour as well as singing for many BBC 2 broadcasts of Friday Night Is Music Night.