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Kimberly S. Beasley, soprano
Jacksonville, FL 32207

Performing Experience

Upcoming Engagements:
Jacksonville University Orchestra and Chorus Messiah Soloist, December 2011
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, New Year’s Eve Gala, December 31, 2011
Jacksonville University Faculty Recital, February 2012
Valparaiso University, Guest performance, April 2012
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven Choral Fantasy Soloist, May 2012



Guest artist, Northern Illinois University
Musical Theater

Barber of Seville

Little Women
Thoroughly Modern Millie Spring 2008
Professional Chorus
Grant Park Symphony Chorus: member, 2004 and 2005 seasons
Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus: supplementary member, 2002-2008

Resident Singing Artist
Italian Opera Company, Chicago, IL,
Vox3, Chicago Vocal Collective, Chicago, IL,

Spirit of the March King featuring live recordings of Sousa Festival Concerts performed by the Valparaiso
University Concert Band. Valpo ArtsMedia, June 2006. Keith Brion and Col. L. Bryan Shelburne,
conductors. Kimberly Beasley, soprano
Lady's Night. Soundtrack soloist in a documentary by Yuting Hsueh for Columbia College, November


Northwestern University – Certificate of Performance in Voice, 2004
Valparaiso University – Master of Music in Church Music, 2000
University of Colorado – Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance/Music Theater, cum laude, 1995

: Sunny Joy Langton (NU), Robert Harrison (CU), Jean Greer

: Sherrill Milnes (NU), Richard Boldrey (NU), Ken Smith (NU), Alan Darling (NU), Mutsumi
Moteki (CU)

: Kevin Roberts (JSO), Michael LaTour (Chicago), Rudy Hogenmiller (Chicago), John Rizzo
(Chicago), Gary Briggle (Valpo), Martin Isepp (CU), Dennis Jackson (CU)

: Fabio Mechetti (JSO), Michael Butterman (JSO), Sir Andrew Davis (Lyric Opera of
Chicago), Bruno Bartoletti (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Christoph von Dohnányi (Lyric Opera of Chicago),
Stephen Alltop (NU), Donald Palumbo (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Keith Brion, Kirk Muspratt (Northwest
Indiana Symphony), Helmut Rilling
German Lied, Italian Vocal Literature, Songs of Goethe, Recitative, Opera Repertoire, Oratorio, Chanson,
20th century theory, 16th century counterpoint, church music, bibliography, American music history,
Diction, Acting I and II, music history, music theory (6 years), recitative, opera theater, lyric theater
stagecraft, German language study
Certificate Recital: a recital of arias featuring works from Semele, Semiramide, Manon, Fidelio, La Fille du
, and Tartuffe.
Certificate Recital: a recital of Bach cantatas and arias for soprano including Cantata #84, #52, arias from
the St. Matthew Passion, and duets from Cantata #147, #140, and the Christmas Oratorio.
Masters Thesis: Music across the curriculum as uncharted territory in the land of higher education. The
paper attempts to merge the fields of music and literature by suggesting teaching African-American
spirituals alongside Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Initially the paper
discusses the history of the spirituals from storytelling in West Africa to the black church in America.
Finally, application is made to Douglass’ Narrative with specific teaching suggestions for incorporating
music into the liberal arts classroom. A case study concludes the research, which includes a daily teaching
guide for the Narrative, instructor survey, and discography.
Memberships: Pi Kapp Lambda, SAI
Teaching Experience

Jacksonville University: 2008-present

Assistant Professor of Voice, 2009 to present Music Performance Outreach Ensemble director: Service Learning Grant Recipient Musical Theater Mainstage Director Private Voice University of North Florida: 2008-2009

Glenbrook North High School: 2007-2008

Midwest Young Artists, Chicago, IL: 2003-2007

Opera/musical theater coach and accompanist Northwestern University: 2003-2007

Opera workshop, graduate and undergraduate coach and accompanist Repetiteur for Northwestern Opera Theater Productions Voice and Opera Academy, Lake Forest, IL: 2005-2006

University of Chicago: 2004

Graham Center for General Studies Instructor History of the Lyric Opera of Chicago: a course in honor of the 50th Anniversary Valparaiso University: 1998-2005

High school private studio through Partners for Music Advanced theory: Lutheran Summer Music Camp Conductor: Porter County Children’s Choir, 1999-2002 Conferences
Guys and Gals of Broadway: NATS sponsored conference at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte
The National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy: the Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy
Voice Workshop: The Wilbur James Gould Voice Research Center, Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Administrative Experience
Secretary of the North Florida Chapter of NATS
Finance Manager of VOX3, Chicago Vocal Collective
National Association of Teachers of Singing since 2000
NATS North Florida Chapter Member since 2008
MTNA 2000-2005



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