Kimberly Robbins

Instrument: Voice
Styles: Musical Theater, Pop, Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM), Classical
Ages Taught: 8+
Skills Taught: Performance, Technique, Vocal Coaching, Acting Coaching, Staging, Character Development
Years Taught: 5 (2 of which were at Utah State University as an associate professor).
Methods Taught:

Kimberly Robbins-Muhlestein, mezzo-soprano, received her Bachelor’s of Music in Vocal Performance from Utah State University. She has performed in many operas and musicals, the most recent of which include the USU Opera production of Songs for a New World as Woman 2. Other recent roles include Trial by Jury as the Usher, and as a cast member in the USU Theatre production of Sondheim on Sondheim. Kimberly has performed in the USA, England, Italy, and the Philippines.  Kimberly has recorded several demo tracks for a Gaxagon Media, as well the role of Claire Harper in the original cast recording of A Father’s Day. She was a national semi-finalist in the Musical Theatre category of the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Competition. Kimberly is very passionate about all types of singing, but her favorite styles include musical theater and contemporary.

Other roles include: Prince Orlovsky, Die Fledermaus; Eve, The Apple Tree; Belinda, Dido and Aeneas; Millie, Thoroughly Modern Millie; Ariel, Footloose, and as a featured Dancer/Ensemble in My Fair LadyKiss me Kate, and Faust.

About my teaching style

“Everyone has a gift or talent that they can develop and share with those around them. Whether those talents are singing, acting, dancing, or sharing stories with those around them everyone can make a difference in the world around them.”

Discover . Develop . Express

Every student is different and so every lesson taught should be different. My vocal/performance studio is set up to help each individual student achieve their goals, whatever their goals may be.

Styles of singing taught: Musical Theater, Pop, Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM), Classical

Student Extras: Opportunities to compete in NATS competitions to receive feedback from other accomplished instructors; perform in studio recitals; access to discounted recording studio.


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