Born in Quebec city, soprano Kimberley Lynch is now based in Montreal Quebec where she has recently completed her masters in opera and voice performance at the Schulich School of Music at McGill Univesity. She also received a bachelor of music in voice performance at McGill University and completed both degrees under the guidance of professor Joanne Kolomyjec. Throughout the course of her university studies, she has appeared in numerous Opera Mcgill productions, the most recent one being the title role in Handel’s Rodelinda in March 2016. Other highlights include Amy March, in Little Women, by Mark Adamo, Barbarina in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro, Cupid in Venus and Adonis by John Blow, and Peaseblossom from Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
In addition to her studies in opera, Kimberley is also equally adept in the realms of oratorio, early music, and contemporary repertoire. Having performed in various early music ensembles at the Schulich School of Music, she was chosen to be part of a chamber performance at Early Music America’s Young Performers Festival (Boston, MA, 2015). Other concert highlights include two recent collaborations with organist Adrian Foster; "A New Earth- music for Soprano and Organ", (Saint Jame's United Church, Montreal, 2017), and a recital of contemporary music for oran and voice as part of McGill’s noon hour organ recital series (2015), a performance of John Cage's "Aria" in “ORGAN2/ASLSP”; an all night concert of music by John Cage (Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal, 2015), and also performing as a soloist in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater performed by the studio of Joanne Kolomyjec (2015).