KRISTIN BILODEAU SOPRANO

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BIOGRAPHY

Coined as a “clear, well-produced Soprano” (San Diego Story), and praised for her “beautiful singing” (The Theatre Times), American Soprano, Kristin Bilodeau brings clarity and nuance to the stage.  Based in Boston, Massachusetts Kristin can frequently be seen on stages across the city.  Regional companies include: MassOpera (formerly MetroWest Opera), Odyssey Opera, Opera Del West, Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra (BYSO), The Gena Branscombe Project, Masterworks Chorale, and Grammy Award winning ensemble Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP). Kristin is on roster with Opera on Tap New Hampshire, where she performs opera in "non traditional" spaces. Kristin has travelled across the nation and internationally with Young Artist Programs including Miami Music Festival, Opera NEO, and Oberlin in Italy. 


Kristin currently resides as the Soprano Soloist at First Church in Belmont, Massachusetts.

Making a rise in the competition scene, Kristin was named a 2020 Grand Finalist in the Piccola Opera NH Opera Idol Compeition and a 2019 Regional Finalist in the Talents of the World International Voice Compeition.  

Kristin’s most notable roles have included Rosalinda (Die Fledermaus), Monica (The Medium) , Laurentia (The Beautiful Bridegroom), Micaela (Carmen), Kitty Hart (Dead Man Walking), First Lady (The Magic Flute), and Governess (Turn of the Screw).


Kristin received her Master’s of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music and her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music, where  she had the privilege of studying under the tutelage of world renowned soprano Jane Eaglen at both institutions.

Alongside Kristin’s performing career, she also has a passion and an eye for teaching young artists on the stage.  Noticed for her great interest and her knowledge of performing, Kristin was selected as the first alumnus ever from New England Conservatory to take over a teaching position in their Undergraduate Opera Studio.  Kristin was appointed as professor of their Opera Workshop and Movement courses where she taught for 2 years.

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UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

 
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GOLDEN HOUR RECITAL SERIES  "A REFLECTION OF TIME"

March 29th, 2022
7:00pm
Chase Young Gallery

Join Soprano Kristin Bilodeau and Pianist Simon Andrews for their recital "A Reflection of Time".  Inspired by the visual artwork of Pamela Murphy and Kathy Moss, listen as Kristin and Simon journey through time.  Whether it be a reflection of a relationship, nostalgia for a time gone by, or just simply observing the passing of each day, time is what connects us all.  Enjoy works by R. Strauss, Debussy, Vaughan Williams, Copeland, and our very own Simon Andrews."

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LA TRAVIATA

Professional Ensemble 
April 10th, 2022
3:00pm
Boston Symphony Hall

Boston Youth Symphony performs Verdi's La Traviata.

Federico Cortese, Conductor

For more information, please visit BYSO.

PAST PERFORMANCES

 

RIVERSIDE SERENADE
"THE DIVA SHOW"

Soloist
August, 14th 2021
4:00pm
Tamworth, NH

Singers from Opera on Tap New Hampshire will present "The Diva Show", program that will feature an all-female ensemble singing some of opera's biggest female roles, and showcasing what it truly means to be a "diva".

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PRESS

Rosalinda, Die Fledermaus

"Fahning was perfectly able to capture every aspect and emotion of Rosalinda both with her beautiful singing and her speaking.  Further for the character's entire journey, we remained on her side even as Rosalinda displayed some of her flaws." The Theatre Times


Laurentia, The Beautiful Bridegroom

"Singing throughout the piece was exceptional... Kristin Fahning and Laura Intravia played off of one another well as her two daughters, both in their purposefully stilted-looked choreography and their vocal shine" The Theatre Times

Kitty Hart, Dead Man Walking

"As the four parents of the murdered teenagers, Robert Turnage, Samantha Lax, Kristin Fahning, and Tyler Koch expressed grief for their children and anger at Sister Helen... yet never descended into stock characters." South Florida Classical Review

Micaela, Carmen

"Kristin Fahning is a clear, well-produced soprano who had the dramatic sense to avoid the self-pity with which some sopranos invest in Don José's jilted girlfriend." San Diego Story

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