Kimberly Gill is adjunct lecturer in music in voice at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she teaches applied voice and coteaches the Voice Repertoire course for the graduate certificate in vocology.
Gill was a member of the voice faculty at New York University’s Steinhardt School for nine years, where she worked with classical and musical theater voice majors. She also served as an adjunct lecturer (sabbatical replacement) for the musical theater area of the IU Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance.
As a performer, soprano Gill has sung nationally and internationally in operas, concerts, and recitals. Favorite operatic roles include Michaela (Carmen), Mimi (La Bohème), Pamina (Die Zauberflöte), Antonia (Les contes d’Hoffman), The Governess (TheTurn of the Screw), and Peep-Bo (The Mikado). She has been the soprano soloist for numerous oratorios, including Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Brahms’ Requiem, Fauré’s Requiem, and Handel’s Messiah. Early on, she sang with young artist apprentice and training programs such as Opera North, Berkshire Opera, and AIMS in Graz, Austria, where she sang with the North Czech Philharmonic.
Gill earned a master’s in voice performance from The Ohio State University, where she served as a graduate teaching associate, teaching private voice and an orientation class for freshman music majors. Her bachelor’s in voice is from Samford University. Dedicated to the health, wellness, and performance efficacy of her students, she has continued to hone her craft through Gill Mindful Voice Training, teacher training developed by her husband, Brian Gill.
She enjoys teaching students of all vocal genres. Current and former students have performed on Broadway tours, with national theater companies and young artist training programs, in commercials and television series, and are teaching on university faculties.