Complete Discography
  • Agevolmente

    The music of composer David Dies (b. 1972) has been performed in venues around the world.

  • Cancionero

    Chamber Music of Roberto Sierra – Fleur de Son Classics

    "Judith Kellock’s singing is plaintive and artfully understated, very much in the style of her mentor, Jan DeGaetani.” (American Record Guide – Jack Sullivan)

  • Lukas Foss: Vocal Chamber Music

    Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird

    "One can only praise without reservation the beauty and the intelligence of the interpretation: It is sublime. a celebration of the spirit and the senses, guided by the magnificent Judith Kellock." (Repertoire des disques compacts - Pascal ...

  • Das Marienleben of Paul Hindemith

    CD1 – original 1923 version
    CD2 – revised 1946 version
    Judith Kellock soprano, Zita Carno, piano

    "My praise for the dedication and intonational purity of Judith Kellock is boundless" (Fanfare - George Jellinek)

  • Consolations of Scholarship

    Music of Judith Weir

    “ . . . Judith Kellock, a bright and compelling soprano” (New York Times – Anthony Tommasini)

  • Blue Estuaries

    Music of John David Earnest World Premiere Recordings Koch
    Judith Kellock, soprano with Ensemble X, conducted by Sebastian Gottschick

    “Soprano Judith Kellock delivers the vocal part in The Blue Estuaries in a rich, full soprano voice and with solid diction and a good sense of phrase.” (CD Review - Steve Hicken)

  • Everything but the Hermit

    Songs of Samuel Barber
    Judith Kellock soprano, Xak Bjerken, piano

    “Judith Kellock has a voice of genuine quality. Her soprano is easeful in alt . . .yet has amplitude below." (International Record Review - Stephen Pruslin)

  • The Astronaut's Tale

    An opera by Charles Fussell

  • In Light and Shadow

    Chamber Music of Steven Stucky

  • East Meets West

    Music of Chen Yi, Hosokawa, Askim, Womack and Moss. Music for western string instruments setting Asian texts
    Judith Kellock soprano

  • Anna Rubin & Laurie Hollander

    "Soprano Judith Kellock sparkles with intensity and easily pulls off the requisite vocal acrobatics." (Taylor McNeil, Bostonia Magazine)