Kimberley Beasley

Kimberly Beasley is the Director of Vocal Studies and an Associate Professor of Voice at Jacksonville University. She has directed productions of Into the Woods, Aida, the Musical, Gianni Schicchi, A...My Name is Alice, A Grand Night for Singing, Opera goes Pop!, Children of Eden, Little Women, the Musical, which won awards for Best Actor and Best Scenic Design from Broadway World as well as the Jacksonville premiere of Street Scene which was awarded the University Performance grant for 2013 by the Kurt Weill Foundation. She has music directed community productions for TheatreJax including Hot Mikado, Les Miserables, and Light in the Piazza. As a singer, Kimberly has performed all over the United States with numerous orchestras and conductors in operas, musicals, and concerts. Reviewed by cvnc.org as intoxicating, searing and dramatic, and her CD Fashion Sense: Songs in Recital produced by Dolphinium Records was released in 2015 and benefits the American Diabetes Association. Kimberly holds a Bachelor's in Music Theatre from the University of Colorado, a Master of Music from Valparaiso University and a Certificate of Vocal Performance from Northwestern University where she studied with Sunny Joy Langton and coached with Sherrill Milnes.