Praised for her “clarion upper range and delicate tone,” soprano Kim Lamoureux is a dynamic and versatile artist based in the Boston metro area. Kim has performed with many companies across New England, such as Odyssey Opera, Cape Symphony, Juventas New Music Ensemble, Commonwealth Lyric Theater, Lowell House Opera, Opera del West, The Savoyard Light Opera Company, the Concord Orchestra, Nashua Choral Society, and the Carlisle Chamber Orchestra. Favorite engagements include Adele in Die Fledermaus (Opera 51, NEMPAC, Riverside Theater Works), Azzurina in the world premiere of DiOrio's The Little Blue One, and the Fight Captain and role of Stéphano in Roméo et Juliette with Opera51. Kim has extensive experience in interactive theater, and has performed innovative lead roles with History Alive!, Pastimes Entertainment, Mystery Cafe, and Head First Events. Kim has a niche area of expertise surrounding the history and culture of the Salem Witch Trials, and has been seen in several theatrical shows, TV episodes, and films on the subject, including accused witch Sarah Cloyce (National Geographic Channel, Salem: Unmasking the Devil) and Ann Putnam, Sr. (The Travel Channel, Great Locations and The True 1692 (film), Cinema Salem). In the physical theater arts, Kim has a specialty in stage combat (Renaissance Rapier and Dagger), contact improvisation, and partner acrobatics. As a pedagogue, Kim maintains a full time studio where she teaches voice students of all ages and ability levels. Her particular areas of specialty include cross training in classical and musical theater, adult beginners, middle and high school students, and audition prep. Kim has appeared as a guest lecturer and recitalist at Gordon College, and served as a Theater Outreach Specialist for NEGASS, Drama Director for the JCC Kaleidoscope Camp, and Music Director for Break-A-Leg Productions. Kim is also the co-founder and Artistic Director of Rising Stars Productions, a performing arts company offering musical theater summer camps for teens and tweens in the greater Massachusetts communities of Gardner, North Reading, and Beverly. Kim currently teaches private voice at Brookwood School in Manchester, MA and is a former Board member of the Boston Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). Additionally, she enjoys performing semi-staged concerts of Musical Theater and Operetta with her trio, Bella and the Fellas.
Master of Music with Distinction, Longy School of Music Bachelor of Music, Summa Cum Laude, Gordon College Founder and Artistic Director, Rising Stars Productions Founder, Bella and the Fellas NATS Boston, member, former Board of Directors