Kathleen Flynn
Mezzo-soprano
Kathleen Flynn has performed across the globe with a repertoire spanning five centuries. She has sung diverse operatic roles under the batons of Seiji Ozawa, Julius Rudel, Robert Spano, Christopher Hogwood, Mario Bernardi, and Jane Glover. In addition, she has sung with Chicago Opera Theater and New York State Baroque, and at the National Arts Center of Ottawa with the Winnipeg Ballet, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Juilliard Theater, Carnegie Hall, and the Kennedy Center.

Flynn is also an accomplished recitalist, performing in such locations as Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall and Lincoln Center Theater, Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, and Harris Concert Hall at the Aspen Festival of Music. Her summer festival performances include those at the Banff Centre for the Arts; the Britten-Pears School in Aldeburgh, England; Tanglewood; Aspen Festival of Music; and the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan. Her recordings include A Hand of Bridge and Orchestral Songs by Samuel Barber with the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra.

Flynn holds degrees from Stony Brook University, the Juilliard School with a residency at the Juilliard Opera Center, University of Toronto, and Dalhousie University. She is an associate professor at Berklee College of Music, maintains a private voice studio in Boston, and is pursuing certification in the Alexander Technique.