Mezzo-soprano Kimberly Prins Moeller made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2014 as soloist in Mozart’s Requiem and Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy. Her stage credits include the roles of the Witch in Into the Woods, Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus with the University of Arizona Opera Theatre, the Sorceress in Dido and Aeneas with St. Andrew’s Bach Society, Flora in La Traviata, Dinah in Trouble in Tahiti, Ma Moss in The Tender Land, and Florence in Albert Herring. An active soloist in concert and oratorio repertoire, Kimberly’s concert performances include Handel’s Messiah with the American Chamber Orchestra, Duruflé’s Requiem, Vivaldi’s Gloria and Magnificat and Saint-Saëns’ Christmas Oratorio. Other appearances include the University of Arizona Chamber Music Showcase, the Saarburg International Chamber Music Festival, and performances with Grammy-nominated True Concord Voices & Orchestra.
Kimberly is a proponent of contemporary art music, especially art song by female composers of North America, and has been pleased to present U.S. premieres of several current works. As an educator, she is invested in functional voice training with a particular research interest in vocal anatomy and health for the hybrid singer.
Kimberly is a two-time semi-finalist in the professional art song division of the American Prize in Voice competition and a multiple winner of NATS competitions. She holds the DMA in Voice Performance from the University of Arizona, the Professional Performance Certificate in voice performance from Penn State University, the MA in voice performance from Montclair State University and the BMus. in vocal music education from Houghton College. An active member of NATS, Kimberly taught at Lakeland University and Alverno College before joining the faculty of Houghton University in 2017, where she serves as Assistant Professor of Voice and voice area coordinator.