Kimberly Hann

Kimberly Hann, Mezzo-Soprano, has performed across the United States and Europe. Roles include Madame de la Haltière (Cendrillon) with New York Lyric Opera Theatre, Bradamante (Alcina) with New York Opera Forum, Suzuki (Madama Butterfly) with The Castleton Festival, Cecilia March (Little Women) and Maestra delle Novizie (Suor Angelica) at Northwestern University and scenes as the title role in Carmen and Charlotte (Werther) with the The Mannes Opera. Concert appearances include Holofernes in Vivaldi’s Juditha triumphans with The Mannes Baroque Chamber Players and Alto Soloist in Bach’s Magnificat with the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra. In 2016 she performed as an Advanced Artist with OperaWorks and the International Vocal Arts Institute in New York City. Kimberly has also performed extensively in the Chicago area, where she was awarded a Bravo Award from the Bel Canto Foundation. She graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University and is currently earning her Master’s Degree at Mannes College of Music under the instruction of Beth Roberts-Sebek.