Soprano Kimberly Moller is rapidly gaining recognition in the Boston music scene, both on the opera stage and in the concert hall. In the fall of 2012, Kimberly was the soprano soloist for Orff’s Carmina Burana with Metropolitan Chorale under the direction of Lisa Graham. An active recitalist, she was featured with composer Dan Shore on The Weekly Musician singing “Constancy”, a setting of a Mary Baker Eddy poem composed for their June 2012 recital at the Mary Baker Eddy Library. In March 2012, she appeared in La Donna Musicale’s premiere of Christina Rossi’s Il Figliuol Prodigo as Il Fratello and was praised by the Boston Musical Intelligencer for her “bright, focused voice” which “flawlessly executed the decorous music of the titular character’s brother.” Kimberly recently performed the soprano solos in Handel’s Messiah with All Saint’s Parish (Brookline, MA) under the direction of Steven Karidoyanes; she appeared in The MetroWest Opera production of Cendrillon as La Fee, and in Concord Orchestra’s Opera and Broadway Showstoppersconcert, performing selections from The Phantom of the Opera, South Pacific, and The Mikado.
A recent graduate of Boston University’s Master of Music program in Vocal Performance, Kimberly is currently a candidate for a Performance Diploma in Voice at Boston University. While at Boston University, Kimberly was soprano soloist in Vivaldi’s Nulla in mundo pax sincera with Boston University Baroque Orchestra under conductor Martin Pearlman in the fall of 2010. She was a featured soloist in Haydn’s Mass in Time of War and Schumann’s Requiem fur Mignon with Boston University Symphonic Chorus and Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Dr. Ann Howard Jones. She has appeared in Boston University opera scenes as Sister Constance (Dialogues of the Carmelites) and Ilia (Idomeneo).