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With an eclectic range of experience Kristin finds herself hired for a variety of engagements throughout the year. As a singer her talents and training varies from classical styles such as opera, oratorio, and art song, to more contemporary genres such as musical theater, pop, blues, and jazz. Regardless of repertoire Kristin embraces the voice as a living, breathing instrument and celebrates the wide range of sounds it can uniquely produce. 

So far this year Kristin has made several debuts throughout the New England area. In February of 2023 she performed alongside Chorus Pro Musica with the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra in Beethoven's Symphony No. 9- featured on the esteemed stages of Boston Symphony Hall and Carnegie Hall. In March of 2023 Kristin was the featured Alto soloist with the New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra as they celebrated their centinnial year with Mozart's Requiem. In May of 2023 Kristin had the opportunity to perform in the cast of Boston Opera Collaborative's production of Donizetti's Elixir of Love. She looks forward to rounding out her year of performing as a Winter Artist with the world-renowned ensemble, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale. 

In previous seasons Kristin has served as a Teaching Artist Fellow with the Classical Music Institute in San Antonio, Texas. Additionally she spent two summers with the Prague Summer Nights Young Artist Music Festival  (Washington D.C. residency) as Marcellina in their production of Le Nozze di Figaro and Dritte Dame in Die Zauberflöte. Her stage and solo work was showcased to directors of Washington National Opera's Young Artist Program, Glimmerglass Festival, and the Castleton Festival

Offstage Kristin has worked directly with Harvard University's Lowell House Opera as an Assistant Stage Manager and has also served as an Assistant Director for Helios Opera.

Named the “Nancy P. Marriott Scholar” Kristin received her Masters in Voice Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge, MA. She currently studies voice with Carol Mastrodomenico.  In addition to her life as a performer Kristin fills the remainder of her time teaching music. She is a music faculty member at both Stonehill College and Wellesley College, teaching individual studio voice to a combined 30+ students weekly. 

Kristin firmly believes that her duty as both a performer and teacher is to give others a voice. Whether it’s serving as a conduit for the composer’s message or encouraging others to find their own, the world we live in needs more people to speak up, sing out, and be heard.

Kristin Lawler 

Photography by Kent Smith Photography

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