Katarina Dalayman's important past engagements include Marie (“Wozzeck”) in Brussels, Paris and New York, as well as the Maggio Musicale Florence, Elisabeth (“Tannhäuser”) in Munich, “Meistersinger” in Stuttgart and Amsterdam, Lisa (“Pique Dame”) in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Munich, Ariadne in Milan, Brussels, Dresden and Munich, Contessa di Parma (“Doktor Faustus”) in New York and at the Salzburg Festival, Brangäne in New York, Kundry in Paris, Katerina (“Lady Macbeth of Mzensk”) and Sieglinde at Covent Garden, the Royal Opera Stockholm and the MET.
On the concert platform Katarina Dalayman has appeared with many leading orchestras and conductors, including Riccardo Chailly, Sir Colin Davis, James Levine and Wolfgang Sawallisch. Recent concert engagements have included “Tristan” Act I with the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester under Mark Elder, “Tristan” Act II (with Myung-Whun Chung) in Paris, “Wozzeck” with the Vienna Philharmonic at the London Proms, Mahler’s III. Symphony in London, Berlioz's “Damnation de Faust” in Munich, Ravel's “Sheherazade” in London and Sibelius' Kullervo Symphony in London and New York.
Katarina Dalayman’s career began with her debut as Amelia in “Simone Boccanegra” at the Royal Opera Stockholm. In December 2000 she was appointed "Hovsångare" (Singer of the Swedish Court) by His Majesty the King of Sweden.