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Kelly Hutchinson, Founder
About Mosaic-Arts
Our mission is two-fold. We strive to offer meaningful creative opportunities to artists from multiple genres to hone their craft in a safe and supportive environment and we also work to bring the arts to the public in ways that will not only entertain, but will provide Mosaic audiences the opportunity to be fundamentally changed by the experience. We are dedicated to providing an arts experience that will enrich the lives of our audience and the countless people who bring the productions to life. 

Be Moved.
With a voice of ever-growing power and finesse, soprano Kelly Hutchinson has appeared in productions throughout the U.S. and Italy and has recently been active as a recitalist and masterclass clinician. Her operatic performances include presentations of classic operas such as Don Giovanni, Così fan Tutte, Madama Butterfly and Norma to modern works such as Albert Herring, Der Geburtstag der Infantin and The Dangerous Liaisons. Ms. Hutchinson has also enjoyed singing roles in newly composed operas such as Tony Caruso’s Last Broadcast, The Gonzales Cantata and Best Friends. As a recitalist, Ms. Hutchinson presents engaging programs from the traditional canon as well as newly composed works, folk songs and lesser known works by famous and unknown composers alike. 

A Corbett Scholar at the College-Conservatory of Cincinnati, Kelly Hutchinson received her Master’s Degree and completed studies in the Artist Diploma program there. She received her Undergraduate degree from Youngstown State University. Ms. Hutchinson is also founder and executive director of Mosaic-Arts, a non-profit creative and performing arts organization. She is an Adjunct Instructor of Voice at Mitchell Community College, a  member of the Resident Company at Opera Carolina and an active performer both locally and in other regions of the country. Ms. Hutchinson also maintains a thriving private studio in the Cool Spring area of Statesville called Bella Voce Studio