That’s one of the nice things about being a small organization — we’re nimble and can respond and tailor programs to things that are happening today,” she says. “We have a sense of what we can do as an arts organization to help people connect with each other.”
— Artistic Director, Katherine FitzGibbon, quote in The Oregonian

Oregon ArtsWatch
(Preview) MusicWatch Weekly: reflection on divisions. Brett Campbell offers an in depth preview of our upcoming concert, Women Singing Women. [Portland’s all-star choir Resonance Ensemble does a bit to redress the imbalance with an entire concert directed by a woman (Resonance Artistic Director Katherine FitzGibbon), performed by women (including the singers and pianist Kira Whiting), and featuring entirely works by women composers.]

All Classical Portland
FALL INTO THE ARTS: 10 Must-See Portland Arts Events, (All Classical Portland’s top picks for arts events this fall.) October 1, 2018

Travel Portland
Discover the unconventional Portland choir scene, August 28, 2018

RACC — Art of Leadership
Katherine FitzGibbon is proud to be an alum of the Art of Leadership Program with the Regional Arts and Culture Council, 2018

Oregon ArtsWatch
‘Bodies’ review: Pride is a verb by Matthew Andrews, August 14, 2018

Pride Northwest
Pride Northwest is excited to partner this year with the Resonance Ensemble for their June Pride performance! June, 2018

Willamette Week
Across the Spectrum — Preview for BODIES, June 2018

Northwest Previews— All Classical 89.9, Portland
A five-minute guide to Portland’s current classical music events - This segment features Resonance Ensemble’s June 2018 concert, BODIES, June 22, 2018

The Oregonian
Resonance Ensemble singers respond to the ‘times we are living in’ by Brett Campbell, February 23, 2018

A Cappella in Portland: Resonance Ensemble presents, “Back in the U.S.S.R.”, February 2013