Kirstin Roble (2016), Voice
B.A., Luther College
M.M., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Hailed as a “mellifluous mezzo” by the Journal Sentinel in Milwaukee, Mezzo Soprano Kirstin Roble enjoys a busy and varied performance schedule. Actively performing around the Midwest, Ms. Roble has been seen at various companies and on concerts. Some of her favorite roles include Zerlina (Don Giovanni,) Maria (The Sound of Music,) Cherubino (Le Nozze di Figaro,) and Zweite Dame (Die Zaüberflöte.) She made her international performing debut in 2011 in Salzburg, Austria with the Franco American Vocal Academy, performing in Die Zaüberflöte.
Recent performances include concerts with Floating Opera Company in Chicago, Ill, Outreach programs with Four Seasons Theatre in Madison, Jesus Christ Superstar with In Tandem Theatre in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Opera Theatre, and concerts with Opera on Tap-Milwaukee and MacDowell Club of Milwaukee. Recent role performances include Nedda in Grand Guingol with Off the Wall Theatre in Milwaukee, WI and Amahl in Amahl and the Night Visitors with Opera on Tap-Milwaukee. Ms. Roble was also part of the inaugural season of the Belle Ensemble in Racine, WI and works as a section leader for various churches and ensembles, primarily with St. Charles Borromeo in Milwaukee. Upcoming performances include concerts with the New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society and Opera on Tap- Milwaukee.
In addition to performing, Ms. Roble maintains a full teaching schedule with studios at the Wauwatosa School of Music in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin and the Madison Music Foundry in Madison. She is also one of two co-managers for the Milwaukee chapter of Opera on Tap as well as a frequent performer. Ms. Roble holds a BA degree from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa and has completed her MM studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Ms. Roble is an associate member in good standing of NATS and AGMA.