Elizabeth Kimble is a composer, soprano, conductor, and teacher. Her music explores the sacred and the psychological aspects of the human experience, and often combines poetry and theater with more traditionally instrumental forms.
She performs with a wide variety of ensembles including the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Cappella SF, Gaude, and the California Bach Society. She is currently the Assistant Conductor of the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco, and the Soprano Section leader at St Paul's Episcopal Church in Burlingame, Calif. Her music has recently been performed by St Paul’s Episcopal Church, San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, SF Sound, Trinitas Vocal Ensemble, Cappella SF, and the International Orange Chorale.
Elizabeth holds a Masters Degree in Composition from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and Bachelor Degrees in Composition and Vocal Performance from Baldwin-Wallace University. She currently lives in San Francisco Bay Area with her husband.