Kim Lamoureux

Basic Information

Address: North Reading, MA
Person of Contact: Kim Lamoureux

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Additional Information

Voice Type: All
Musical Styles: Classical, Broadway, Opera, Crossover
Hours: 10:30-7:30 Monday-Friday
Ages: All ages
Capacity: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
Pricing: $30/half hour, $45/forty-five minutes, $60/hour
Payment Methods: Cash or check, paid monthly
Setting/Location(s): North Reading, MA
Program Highlights:

One-on-one instruction from a highly qualified performer and teacher with over six years of teaching experience.

Recitals: The Attention Seeker's Guide to Music-Making: Interactive Recital, Gordon College, 2010 How Fair This Spot: Senior Recital, Gordon College, 2008 A Benefit Recital: The Rectory School, 2007 A Junior Recital: Gordon College, 2007 Songs for Summer: Sacred Heart Parish, 2006 Six Poems by Emily Dickinson:Pomfret School, 2004 Arias and Duets: Pomfret School, 2003
Education/Awards: Master of Music with Distinction, Opera. Longy School of Music Bachelor of Music with Presidential Honors, Voice. Gordon College Crescendo Summer Institute Young Artist Program
Academic Teaching Experience: The Brookwood School, Manchester, MA 2010-present Private Voice and Piano Instructor Gordon College, Wenham, MA 2010 Guest Lecturer and Recitalist
Private Teaching Experience: Private Studio, 2006-present Northeastern CT and the Greater Boston Area
Performance Credentials: Kim Lamoureux, soprano, is a versatile artist whose credits encompass a broad range of traditional and interactive opera, oratorio, operetta, theater, and film. Kim has sung with Commonwealth Opera, the Zemplen Festival in Sarospatak, Hungary, Opera del West, Longwood Opera, the Concord Orchestra, FOPAC, Riverside Theater Works, and Metro Stage Company. Recent major roles include Adele (Die Fledermaus), the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah, and Musetta, Amy, and Sophie in scenes from La Boheme, Little Women, and Der Rosenkavalier. Also heavily involved with interactive theater, Kim has performed lead roles in Cry Innocent, Folkways, The New England Pirate Faire, Pinocchio, and The Boston Ghost Cruise. Kim was also recently featured as accused witch Mary Estee in National Geographic Channel’s TV special Salem (to air next fall).
Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Voice lessons are geared towards promoting healthy vocal technique and achieving the student's individual musical goals. My main intents are to foster good breath control, accurate intonation, expression, and musicality. I am willing to work with all styles of singing, but my approach is classical. I firmly believe that freeing the breath and the voice from tension produces the most beautiful, appealing sound, regardless of the type of music one is singing. In addition, basic theoretical skills are also introduced to help students gain the interpretive and analytical skills they need to truly make their singing come alive.