T. Quinn Kimball
T. Quinn Kimball is a vocalist, pianist, and conductor currently residing in Colorado Springs, CO. Quinn holds an undergraduate degree in music education from Westminster Choir College and a master’s degree in choral conducting from the University of Arizona. He has studied piano with Mitchell Schechter, voice with Harold Evans, and conducting with James Jordan, Bruce Chamberlain, and Elizabeth Schauer. Recently, Quinn has performed in venues across the United States and Europe under eminent conductors including Joe Miller, Daniel Harding, Jacques Lacombe, and Sir Simon Rattle.
Quinn can be heard as a member of the Westminster Williamson Voices on two albums of the music of James Whitbourn, Living Voices and Annelies: The Anne Frank Oratorio which was nominated for a GRAMMY award in 2013. Both were released on the Naxos label. He currently sings with the Same Stream Choir, a professional ensemble born out of a closely knit family of singers who share a common experience and are dedicated to what it truly means to sing together.
Mr. Kimball is now the Office Manager for the CSYSA and works as a freelance musician in the Pikes Peak region.