KATIE GEISSINGER (Music Coach) started working with Meredith Monk in the original cast of ATLAS at Houston Grand Opera, and continues to perform with her in concert and in full productions such as mercy with Ann Hamilton, the Grammy-nominated impermanence (both on ECM), The Politics of Quiet, for which she received an ensemble Bessie award, and the currently touring Cellular Songs. Other credits include Bang on a Can’s Obie-winning The Carbon Copy Building (Canteloupe), Philip Glass and Robert Wilson’s Einstein on the Beach (Elektra Nonesuch), and Carnegie Hall performances of Bach’s Magnificat, Honegger’s Le Roi David, and Monk’s WEAVE, commissioned by the St. Louis Symphony. Katie appeared in Jonathan Miller’s staging of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion at BAM, John Tavener’s The Veil of the Temple at Lincoln Center, and Ann Hamilton’s the event of a thread, with music by David Lang, at the Park Avenue Armory. Her Broadway credits include Coram Boy and Baz Luhrmann’s production of La Bohème. Recent performances include Julia Wolfe’s Steel Hammer in collaboration with Anne Bogart’s SITI Company and the Bang on a Can All-Stars, and Marisa Michelson’s oratorio Naamah’s Ark, conducted by Ted Sperling.