Dr. Kimberly Brown

 


Soprano Kimberly Brown has been on faculty at Wayland Baptist University’s School of Music since 2007, where she teaches Applied Voice, as well as Diction I and II.  Dr. Brown is an active concert artist, collaborator, performer, and recitalist, having been featured in a number of concert and stage productions across the country.

Her operatic credits include principle roles in Le nozze di Figaro (Mozart), La bohème (Puccini), The Tragedy of Carmen (Brook/Bizet), and Albert Herring (Britten).She has appeared as soprano soloist for works such as Wachet auf (Bach), Messiah (Handel), Vesperae solennes de confessore (Mozart), Serenade to Music  (Vaughan Williams), and Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 (Villa Lobos).  Dr. Brown is also an active soloist and performer for Wayland Baptist University and Plainview community events.

A member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and The College Music Society, Kimberly Brown holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree with a concentration in Vocal Performance from the University of Memphis, a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Alabama, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Jacksonville State University.

 

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

Course Title Time Room
FALL
MUSI 3203
Diction I MW 3:10-4:25 HMC 103
VOIC 1105-4106 Applied Voice TBA HMC 131
VOIC 1205-4206 Applied Voice TBA HMC 131
SPRING
MUSI 3204 Diction II MW 3:10-4:25 HMC 103
VOIC 1105-4106 Applied Voice TBA HMC 131
VOIC 1205-4206 Applied Voice TBA HMC 131