Kathryn Duncan attended Brigham Young University–Idaho where she earned a degree in editing with a minor in vocal performance. A relatively recent transplant to Chicago, Kathryn continues to be enamored with this city that is never boring (and after years in a tiny Idaho farm town, she's well-versed in boring). 

A lifelong music lover, Kathryn has gleefully immersed herself in the city's choral scene. In addition to the William Ferris Chorale, she currently enjoys singing with the Chicago Symphony Chorus (where, as someone who played the violin for 15 years, it's a struggle to keep from fangirling all over the orchestra), the Grant Park Chorus, and the Chicago Choral Project (a fledgling group she helped found). Kathryn also works as the alto soloist at St. Gregory's Episcopal Church in Deerfield. 

When she's not singing, Kathryn fills her spare time with hobbies like calligraphy, graphic design, photography, and cooking - while still making time to play video games and read anatomy textbooks just for fun. She and her husband Chris love to travel and watch movies together while unsuccessfully resisting the belly-rubbing demands of their dog, Dexter.