Carolyn Kingston

    Carolyn Kingston, Soprano, received a Master of Music degree from Indiana University and has sung operatic roles with Opera Barga in Italy, the National Opera Company of Raleigh, NC. and the Associate Artists Opera Company of Boston. She has sung solo and duet recitals throughout the Northeastern United States, and taught as a member of the voice faculty of New England Conservatory’s Division of Preparatory and Continuing Education and the Powers Music School for 30 years. She maintains a private teaching studio in Belmont, MA.

    Known for her integrative approach to singing, Ms. Kingston has offered workshops in vocal presence skills for speakers, tai chi and yoga for singers, and taught How Does the Voice Work? with Diana Cole at Cambridge Center for Adult Education. For ten years she was president of Vocal Arts Collaborative, a non-profit organization promoting singing for people of all ages and abilities through community singing events and workshops.

        Her performances included repertoire from classical art songs and opera to musical theater, American classics, and cabaret. For most of her career she performed duet recitals with her sister, mezzo-soprano Diana Cole.

    In addition she offered workshops in Vocal Presence in educational settings and for business executives through Richard Balzer and Associates.

“April in Paris” Cabaret

Follen Community Church, April 2005