Kathleen Flynn
Mezzo-soprano
KATHLEEN FLYNN “A voice imbued with theatrical intensity and shimmering beauty.” Globe and Mail “A lush voice and hidden reserves of power.” The New Yorker A Sullivan Foundation award winner, Kathleen Flynn has sung under the baton of Seiji Ozawa, Julius Rudel, Robert Spano, Christopher Hogwood, Mario Bernardi, and Jane Glover.

She has performed with Chicago Opera Theater, at the National Arts Center of Ottawa with the Winnipeg Ballet, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Juilliard Theater, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, and Alice Tully Hall. Kathleen Flynn holds degrees from Stony Brook University (DMA), Juilliard (MA and JOC), University of Toronto (Performance Diploma), and Dalhousie University (BMUS).

She is currently on faculty at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Recent performances include singing Brahms Op 91 (Viola Songs) at Boston's St. Botolph Club; participating in the Guildford Sound Recording Residency with the fusion ensemble Fugue Mill, numerous recitals on campus at Berklee and BOCO, singing regularly with several choral groups such as Emmanuel Music in Boston, and Luminous Voices in Calgary, Canada, and collaborating on a new improv based opera drömseminarium/dreamseminar which will premiere in Trondheim, Norway in 2022.

Kathleen is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique and is a Fellow at the St. Botolph Club in Boston.