Kerrie Sadler joined Areté Vocal Ensemble a year ago after enjoying its concerts as an audience member since its inception. She has been singing in both large and small choral ensembles for over 25 years, including performances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and Ravinia Festival while living in Chicago, and more recently with the LA Phil at Disney Hall as a longtime member of Los Robles Master Chorale.
Along the way, she has been fortunate to sing under some of the world’s greatest conductors including John Adams, Gustavo Dudamel, Cristoph Eschenbach, Vance George, Erich Kunzel, Paul Salamunovich, and Sir David Wilcocks. She has participated in international singing tours throughout Italy, Croatia and Ireland. She has also attended the annual Berkshire Choral Festival in Massachusetts with performances under the direction of renowned conductors Tom Hall, Robert Page and composer/conductor John Rutter, as well as a week-long choral workshop with internationally-acclaimed composer Morton Lauridsen.
Kerrie believes in the transformative power of music to bring people of all ages and paths together for a shared experience. She is thrilled to join the talented members of Areté and director Wyant Morton in bringing unique, inspired musical performances to our local community.