Kimberly Giordano

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Lauded for being "smoothly eloquent" (KING-FM) and who “covers considerable emotional ground”
(Opera News), soprano Kimberly Giordano delights audiences with her consummate blend of elegance
and emotion. Her recent solo appearances include Britten’s War Requiem at the University of
Washington, Floria Tosca in Tosca with Tacoma Opera, and Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem with
Harmonia Northwest, in addition to engagements with Choral Arts Northwest, South Bend Chamber
Singers, Kirkland Choral Society and Philharmonia Northwest. She created the role of Mrs. Fairfax in the
2016 world premiere of Louis Karchin’s Jane Eyre, later appearing on a recording of the work for Naxos,
and has performed with Seattle Opera, Northwest Sinfonietta and Seattle Youth Symphony among
numerous other regional ensembles. Ms. Giordano made her Carnegie Hall debut in Vaughan Williams’
Dona nobis pacem with the New England Symphonic Ensemble. A gifted performer of contemporary
music, she sang Pasatieri’s poignant Letter to Warsaw with Music of Remembrance as well as the role of
Kelly in the West Coast premiere of John Duffy’s Black Water, with a libretto by Joyce Carol Oates.