Kristin Moye

Kristin Moye

Coloratura Soprano

Soprano, Lyric Coloratura
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Soprano, E. Kristin Moye attended Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia, where she earned her Associate of the Art. She transferred to Mercer University where she completed her Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance.  After completion of her undergraduate degree, she received her Masters of Music in Vocal Performance.  Her roles included Laetitia from Menotti’s The Old Maid and the Thief, Belinda from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Papagena from Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Nella from Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, Bellezza from Cavalli’s L’Egisto and Cinderella from Sondheim’s Into the Woods.  She has sung in Master classes with Metropolitan Opera Soprano Leah Partridge and Florida State University Opera Coach Tim Hoekman.  Ms. Moye competed in the Miss Georgia America pageants from 2002-2006, and won several pageant titles and awards for her vocal talents.  In 2004, she was a top ten finalist and was successful in the Miss America scholarship program. In 2008, she studied in Florence, Italy for the summer at the Bel-Canto Institute of Manhattan.  She studied voice privately with Ms. Eva Hess-Thaysen, of the Royal School in Copenhagen, Denmark.  She also received private coachings from Mr. Roger Malouf, Music Director of the opera workshop of Mannes College of Music Extension Division and is on the production staff of the New York City Opera.  She was also privately coached by Ms. Joana Pons, who is an Assistant Conductor with the Teatro Municipal de Menorca, Spain.  She was asked to audition for the prestigious Ohio Light Opera in 2009.  She was a finalist for The Classical Singer magazine competition and was chosen to go to New York to represent the University of Georgia.  While preparing for this audition she studied with Professor Frederic Burchinal, head of the opera program for the University of Georgia, and current Metropolitan Opera Singer. A recent role was with the Augusta Opera Association, as Sister Osmina, in Puccini’s Suor Angelica.  She was artistically directed under Soprano, Kay Pascal Freeman, and the nationally recognized teacher, director, and singer, Carroll Freeman, Classical Singer magazine’s 2010 Stage Director of the Year. In June of 2011, she was chosen to be a part of a new implemented opera summer program with Georgia State University, where she once again got to work with Carroll Freeman and the wonderful staff at Georgia State University. She was most recently chosen to sing in a master class with Tyson Deaton, freelance piano and vocal coach for numerous operas all over the United States.   In April of 2012, she performed with the Americolor Opera Association as Juliette La Roche and Ms. Antoinette Mallet in La Roche.  She was also engaged for The Druid City Opera Workshop in May 2012 and was chosen to be a Berkshire Scholar that following July for The Berkshire Choral Festival.  In January 2013, she sang the role of Serafina in Donizetti’s  Il campanello di notte.  In February 2013, she worked with Capital City Opera, covering the lead role of Winnie, for the world premiere of The Secret Agent.  In May 2013, she sang the role of Laetitia with the Triangle Opera Studios in Raleigh, NC, and that following summer, she performed the role of Madame Goldentrill in The Impresario with the Franco-American Vocal Academy in Austria. January 2014, she sang Adina from The Elixir of Love and the following March, The Beggar Woman from Sweeney Todd.  Last June, she performed Pamina from The Magic Flute with the Blooming Voce Summer Opera Workshop. Once again, she was chosen as a Berkshire Scholar in July of the following year. She was contracted this past spring to sing in Suor Angelica with the Savannah Voice Festival and then to sing Adele, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She most recently won the Pro-Mozart Scholarship of Atlanta, and then traveled to Germany to perform with the International Opera Academy. After her performances in Germany, she traveled to Austria and worked with the amazing faculty of the Mozarteum, namely Helene Schneiderman and Wolfgang Brendel, and Wolfgang Holzmair. After her summer in Europe, she sang back-up to Harry Connick Jr. with the Chattanooga Symphony. This December, she sang a part of the Messiah with a portion of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She is excited to be contracted to perform in Der Vampyr with Scenic City Opera in Tennessee. 
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