Kimberly A. Buczek
Adjunct Instructor of Voice
Dieterle Vocal Arts Cntr
CCM Performance Studies - 0003
Soprano Kimberly Buczek, DMA, is an active soloist and music educator in the Cincinnati/Dayton area. She studied vocal performance and received her Doctorate and Masters from CCM and her Bachelor’s Degree from Ithaca College.
Buczek currently teaches voice in the Commercial Music Production and Music Education programs at CCM. She also teaches music history at Cincinnati State. She has also served as Adjunct Instructor of Voice at Wright State University and Wittenberg University. As a voice teacher, Buczek is committed to fostering both healthy technique and artistic maturity in the masterclass setting or over longer stretches of time in the private studio.
She has performed with Queen City Chamber Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Ashville Symphony and is a soloist at Armstrong Chapel. Favorite roles performed include Elettra (Idomeneo); Diana (Iphigénie en Tauride); Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte); Ariadne (Ariadne auf Naxos); Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni); and Magda (The Consul). Buczek trained as a studio artist with Chautauqua Opera where she was the recipient of the Ed Harmon Young Artist Award. Buczek is also the Artistic Director of Cincinnati Academy of Performing Arts and continues to regularly perform professionally in the Cincinnati area.