Kaylene Dahl is lyric soprano praised for her “opulent and vibrant tone” and is active performer and teacher throughout the South Florida area.
Throughout her college career, Ms. Dahl was the recipient of numerous vocal scholarships, including the acclaimed Georgina Dieter Dennis Scholarship. She has performed scenes from various operas and has sung roles including Zerlina from Don Giovanni, Susanna from Le Nozze di Figaro and Monica from The Medium. Musical theatre credits include Rizzo from Grease and The Narrator from Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat. Ms. Dahl has attended various training programs including the Brooklyn Opera Institute and Foothills Opera where she has sung various roles including Susanna from Le Nozze di Figaro and Dorabella from Cosi fan Tutte. In 2018, Ms. Dahl premiered two arias written by contemporary composer Scott Wheeler as part of Lynn University’s New Music Festival. Ms. Dahl’s solo concert credits include Handel’s Dixit Dominus and Charpentier’s Messe de Minuit Poul Noel. Ms. Dahl maintains an active private voice studio and is a current member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Ms. Dahl was recently chosen as a 2018 recipient of the Joan Frey Boytim Award for Independent Voice Teachers through the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Ms. Dahl holds degrees from Florida Atlantic University in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy. Prior to attending FAU, Ms. Dahl participated in many different competitions and adjudications, and was a second place recipient of the Palm Beach Post Pathfinder Scholarship award in the music-vocal category in 2008. Ms. Dahl has a diverse performance background, participating in FMEA All-State Choirs, Solo and Ensemble MPA, Florida District Thespian Festival, and being a featured vocalist at the Florida Lakeside Jazz Festival.