Known for her exceptional interpretation of text, musical sensitivity, comedic and dramatic talent and high level of musicianship, Kierstin Bible is a multifaceted talent located in Northwest Arkansas. Equally adept in classical and contemporary genres, Kierstin has made a specialty of classical cabaret art songs, as well as traditional operatic roles.
Having completed her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Vocal Performance in 2007, she is currently juggling her own performance career with her voice studio in Northwest Arkansas.
She is involved with Heartland Opera Theatre in Joplin, and performed the role Flora in LA TRAVIATA in 2014. In addition to singing, she also directs opera and musical theatre, and conducts and composes choral music.
Dr. Bible was a featured artist in "Woman Made: Women Artists, Designers, Creators and Makers" in Bentonville in 2016. She has recently formed the non-profit Ozark Family Opera Company in Northwest Arkansas, which presented three productions in 2016, including "Amahl & The Night Visitors" in November.