Producer Cath Brittan is originally from Manchester, England. She lived in Vienna for many years, working with the Wiener Festwochen. Brittan has worked as production manager and producer in theaters and opera houses around the world, including at the English National Opera, London; the Bolshoi, Moscow; Teatro Real, Madrid; the National Theater of Finland; Opéra de Comique, Paris; Grand Théâtre de Genève, Geneva; Perm State Opera and Ballet, Perm, Russia; and many more. Recent and up-coming productions include Aci, Galatea e Polifemo (dir. Christopher Alden); Glass Handel (2018 & 2019); Bandwagon (2020 & 2021), New York Philharmoni—all with Anthony Roth Costanzo; Das Paradies und die Peri, Los Angeles Philharmonic and Peter Sellars; 2018–19 and 2019–20 Soundbox Season, San Francisco Symphony; Orphic Moments (dir. Zack Winokur) with The Master Voices; Perle Noir (Tyshawn Sorey & Julia Bullock @ The Met Museum), Arkhipov (Peter Knell & Stephanie Fleischmann); Birds in the Moon (Mark Grey & Júlia Canosa i Serra); Only an Octave Apart (dir. Zack Winokur); History’s Persistent Voices with Julia Bullock; Everything Rises (Jennifer Koh & Davóne Tines). Brittan is also the producer for AMOC*, the American Modern Opera Company (Zack Winokur & Matthew Aucoin).