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Kirstie Lynn

Giulio Cesare in Egitto (Cleopatra)
- Sartorio                    (2021)

Kirstie Lynn is a vocalist based in Kansas City, MO. She has recently graduated with an M.M. in Voice and Opera at Carnegie Mellon University under the direction of Jennifer Aylmer and Jocelyn Dueck. She received her B.M. in Vocal Performance from Shenandoah Conservatory. 

Kirstie Lynn
Master's Recital         (2021


No Word From Tom
-Stravinsky                 (2020)

Prendi per me sei libero,        il mio rigor

Young and passionate classical singer Kirstie Lynn has always had a love for the performing arts, and can often be found in front of an audience or on the stage. She has performed in a handful of operas and musicals including Carnegie Mellon's Giulio Cesare in Egitto as Cleopatra, Albert Herring as Ms. Wordsworth, Die Zauberflöte as Pamina, and Falstaff as the Nanetta coverstudy with the Lawrence Opera Theatre. She will soon be understudying the role of Marianne in Landlocked Opera's performance of Tartuffe.


Kirstie Lynn is extremely excited have recently graduated with her M.M. from Carnegie Mellon University (2021) where she performed in masterclasses, one with renown conductor and coach Pierre Vallet, and their spring opera, Giulio Cesare in Egitto, under the music direction of Gary Wedow. While attaining her B.M. at Shenandoah, she was a featured soloist in Shenandoah's Conservatory and Chamber choirs (2013 - present), and was the first place winner in the undergraduate vocal division of Shenandoah's Student Soloist Competition (2017) as well as a winner of the National Association of Teacher's of Singing state vocalist competition in Virginia (2014). Along with receiving her B.M., Kirstie Lynn was also awarded the Cecilia Award for Vocal Excellence. 


Kirstie Lynn began her classical training at age 15 at the Eastman Community School of Music in Rochester NY as a soprano under Cecile Saine. During her two years of study there, she was selected as a featured soloist in the NYSSMA Conference All-State Mixed and Women's choir (2011 & 2012), awarded the Nancy Roop Kennedy Vocal Scholarship (2011 & 2012), second place winner of the Robert's Wesleyan Rotary Vocalist of the Year award (2012), second and first place female vocalist winner of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra's Tess Martin Award (2012 & 2013), and first place winner of Syracuse University's Heddy Kilian competition (2013).


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